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Oddly, the survey found a higher percentage of respondents "strongly" supporting Trump's removal (40 percent) than "strongly" supporting the inquiry itself (38 percent).
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"Thanks for watching", the former vice president tweeted.
In another tweet, Trump dismissed the impeachment process as a Democratic bid to influence the election, saying "their total focus is 2020, nothing more".
Congressional Democrats are stepping up efforts to impeach Trump who in turn has produced TV ads criticizing the Bidens.
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CNN last week rejected the Trump campaign ad, because it did not meet "our advertising standards" and because the "ad makes assertions that have been proven demonstrably false by various news outlets".
Even if the House impeaches Trump, it remains unlikely that the Republican-led Senate would convict him in the subsequent trial. "The abuse of power is a central aspect of the Trump presidency".
The inquiry, announced by the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, centers around Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, after a whistleblower filed a complaint about the call.
A new poll by Investor's Business Daily/TIPP showed 57% of respondents favor a Justice Department investigation on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden regarding their actions in Ukraine and China.
Democrats say that Trump tried to coerce Zelensky by holding back United States military aid to Ukraine. Trump says there turned into no quid professional quo and that his totally need is to combat corruption.
"The failure to produce this witness, the failure to produce these documents" was "additional strong evidence of obstruction", House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff said.
"That's where we decide who leads us".