The polls show that a majority of americans are opposed to the disqualification of Donald Trump by way of "impeachment", even more so when there is hardly a year to the election in which the president is staking his re-election. What is certain is that the research for the political judgment to Trump will drag for a few months of 2019 that the democrats will decide in a primary who will be their candidate, something that will condition the entire campaign.
there are Several published surveys in the last few hours about the opinion of the electorate with respect to the disqualification of Trump. The vast majority reflects that the decision of the democrats is precipitated. It is the case of a poll released Wednesday by the prestigious Quinnipiac university, a leader in issues trends and public opinion, which ensures that 57% of americans believes that there are insufficient grounds for "impeachment".
there are Two elements that play against the democrats: the calendar and the arithmetic of parliament. Now a committee of the House of Representatives should investigate whether there is sufficient evidence that the president broke the law; then, the plenary of that Chamber must vote on the challenge, and finally two-thirds of the Senate must vote in favour of his expulsion. That process will take months, even years, if the democrats choose to hire a special prosecutor.
The opposition to Trump, led by Nancy Pelosi , has a sufficient majority in the House to pass the "impeachment" but you would need at least 20 republicans in the Senate to achieve the super-majority of two-thirds. Of time not a single conservative in the House or in the Senate has supported that it is subject to Trump the political judgment.
on The contrary, the reactions have been in many cases of outrage. It is the case of Steven Scalise, republican leader in the House, who said yesterday that "the power of "impeachment" was not designed as a method of electoral consultation". "It is a right and a duty sacred to the Constitution that cannot be converted as a charade to appease the radical left who has not yet accepted the results of the elections of 2016", he added.
A vote on the "impeachment", if it occurs, will be made public and no one on Capitol hill knows that the president has, according to Gallup, the backing of 91% of republican voters. With a single message on Twitter, Trump is capable of ruining a political career in their party.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, who advises the campaign for the re-election of Trump, is convinced that eventually there will be no impeachment on Capitol hill because the democrats do not see it beneficial in the elections of the next year. "The "impeachment" is so unpopular among the electorate, I don't think that Pelosi would allow that advancement to a vote of the House of Representatives, in full," he says.Date Of Update: 27 September 2019, 03:03