70 Percent of Americans Think Trump Was Wrong in Asking Zelensky to Investigate Hunter Biden

    Updated: November 19, 2019 at 3:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    70 Percent of Americans Think Trump Was Wrong in Asking Zelensky to Investigate Hunter Biden

    Seven in 10 Americans think President Donald Trump was “wrong” to ask a foreign leader to investigate potential corruption involving the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, who is a 2020 Democratic hopeful. The poll, conducted by ABC News-Ipsos and released Monday, also found that a narrow majority of respondents believe he should be removed from office.

    Trump’s July request to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is at the center of the House Impeachment Inquiry, which resumed public testimony today. House Democrats allege that Trump used the power of his office to make military aid to Ukraine contingent upon investigating the Bidens. Trump maintains the federal aid was never withheld and his only motivation in requesting an investigation into Hunter Biden’s appointment to the board of directors of a Ukrainian energy company was to root out corruption.

    The survey, conducted after the first round of public testimony, asked respondents “When it comes to the recent impeachment hearings, which of the following statements comes closest to your point of view?”

    Fifty one percent said Trump was both wrong and deserved to be impeached and removed from office, while 13 percent said what the president did was wrong but not impeachable, and another 6 percent thought his actions were wrong, and that he should be impeached by the House but not convicted in the Senate. Combined, the three answers resulted in 70

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