Pocan says talk of Trump impeachment is 'moot conversation'

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Among independents, the drop has been sharper, from 47% approval last month to 31% now.

Here's the thing: CNN's poll is only the latest in a series of high-quality, live-interview polling over the last two weeks to show that Trump's approval rating is down.

It also found just 36% of independent voters approved of Trump.

President Trump is reportedly sharpening his campaign rhetoric, shifting into "salvation" mode, contemplating the reality of impeachment, and telling confidants that he would run for re-election in 2020 playing the 'victim card'.

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In addition, the poll showed that voters disapprove by 72-18 percent of the job Congress is doing, and 58-27 percent said Congress should serve as more of a check on President Donald Trump. GOP leaders chose to proceed with the legislation even though it puts their members in high-tax states in the tricky spot of either supporting a new cap on state and local tax deductions, or voting against tax cuts backed by their party.

"It sets up efforts so your 401 (k), your IRA, your health savings account, your education savings account can come together and be more portable, be larger and allow you to save more tax-free", Norquist said on Tuesday.

An average 3-point decline is rather remarkable for a President whose approval rating has been one of the steadiest on record.

The midterm elections are on November 6. It would suggest that something the President did had a real impact on public perception.

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Special counsel Robert Mueller's approval rating for handling the Russian Federation investigation stands at 50% in a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. "Republicans gave Congress nearly a full decade to extend these individual tax cuts before they expire", notes The Washington Post's Jeff Stein, "but the law's mediocre polling numbers and the hard election outlook for House Republicans have increased their sense of urgency".

WASHINGTON-Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives plan to unveil another round of tax cuts this week, hoping to draw a sharp contrast between themselves and Democrats ahead of the November 6 congressional elections.

"Whoever wins, they're going into a Congress with an abysmal approval rating", he added.

"The other side of the coin is you must get Trump deplorables to vote for RINOs (Republicans in name only)", he also said.

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