(Tea Party PAC) – The impeachment of Donald J. Trump is unique in more than one way.
First of all, it is only the third time in US history that a president has been impeached (of course, many are debating this weekend whether or not he even is being impeached, thanks Nancy Pelosi).
Second, it is notably distinct from the impeachments of Presidents Johnson and Clinton in that the vote to impeach was strictly along party lines. Dems have the majority, so the partisan impeachment sham went through.
Third, however, perhaps most important is the fact that it hasn’t impacted Donald Trump one iota.
The American people are sick and tired of the partisan attacks on Trump. At the end of the day, they all see red, white, blue, and, well, green.
The economy is booming and Trump is dedicated to truth, justice, and the American way. Ideological differences aside, American voters are happy with more money in their pockets and unhappy with the attempted overthrow of our republic in Washington DC.
Trump has finished impeachment week out as strong as ever, and the Dems have got to be kicking themselves.
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Despite every effort by Democrats to undermine and delegitimize President Donald Trump, Americans are seeing through the sham and pushing up his approval ratings.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 20, 2019
After a week filled with impeachment drama, as Democrats in Congress put on solemn performances touting their patriotic duty to impeach a duly elected president based on proofless accusations, their efforts seemed to backfire as Trump still came out on top as new polls showed.
The Rasmussen daily poll indicated an increase in Trump’s approval rating from 47% at the beginning of the week to 50% by Friday, with 39% who “Strongly Approve” of the job the president is doing.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) December 20, 2019
The increase in Friday’s survey included the “first full night of polling following Trump’s impeachment” on Wednesday by House Democrats.
“Overall, 76% rate economic conditions in the US today as very or somewhat good, significantly more than those who said so at this time last year (67%). This is the highest share to say the economy is good since February 2001, when 80% said so,” a Thursday CNN poll indicated.
“Looking ahead, nearly 7 in 10 expect the economy to be in good shape a year from now (68%), the best outlook in CNN polling since December 2003. The new finding includes 63% who say things are good now and will continue to be good next year, while just 9% say the economy is currently good but will turn south in 2020,” CNN reported.