‘Morning Joe’: 75% of Americans Say Witnesses Should Testify in Senate Trial

‘54% of Americans in this poll agreed President Trump abused his power regarding his actions in Ukraine’

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GEIST: “So what do the American people think about this? 75% of voters in a new Quinnipiac Poll said witnesses should be allowed to testify in the President’s impeachment trial. 75%. Broken down by party, that includes 49% of Republicans, 75% of independents, and 95% of Democrats. Meanwhile, 54% of Americans in this poll agreed President Trump abused his power regarding his actions in Ukraine, and 52% say Trump obstructed Congress regarding its investigation into those actions. So, Joe, we have Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, perhaps Lisa Murkowski on board for the idea of witnesses. Lamar Alexander, Pat Toomey, Rob Portman in play. One other senator, just to point out, Ron Johnson, the Republican from Wisconsin, who has been in lockstep with President Trump recently said, 'Yes, John Bolton should tell his story in a media interview, but not as a witness in our trial.'”

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