The opinions of many Americans on whether or not President Trump should be impeached remain unchanged after former special counsel Robert Mueller’s congressional testimony.
An ABC News/Ipsos poll released Sunday shows that 47% of Americans were not at all moved on the impeachment question after Mueller’s testimony. The people who were moved one way or the other were closely split at 27% more likely to support impeachment and 26% less likely. . .
Mueller testified in front of the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees Wednesday. Democrats pushed Mueller to clarify his report and his position on whether or not Trump should be charged with obstruction of justice. Republicans focused largely on why the investigation was launched and how the Russian collusion conspiracy gained so much traction.
Mueller was halting and slow throughout his testimony, often seeming unfamiliar with facts and passages in his report. He evaded answering roughly 200 questions during the nearly seven-hour affair by referring the questioner back to the report or asserting that the question was outside of his purview. (Read more from “Nearly Half of Americans Left Unfazed by Mueller’s Testimony” HERE)