"A lot of people around here think (the tax cuts) were a giveaway to the rich," said Trump voter Mark Marran, 56, a resident of this city of 14,000 about 30 miles southwest of Pittsburgh. The post Good News For Democrats As Pennsylvania Trump Voters Are Not Impressed With Tax Cuts appeared first on Politicus USA.
Using American bank accounts, drivers’ licenses and disposable phones, about 80 Russians worked to disparage Hillary Clinton, promote Donald Trump and sow discord.
The latest national poll from Public Policy Polling offers important insights on sharks and Donald Trump’s hair … and echoes the worrying Republican polling uptick in some other recent surveys. But first, the headline news: 37% of voters think Donald Trump’s hair is all natural, 30% think he wears a toupee, and 33% are not sure. The verdict is out for Americans when it comes to sharks- 21% see them favorably, 14% unfavorably, and 64% are not sure. Voters are split on what is scarier to them between sharks (43%) and Donald Trump (42%). If it was a toupee, wouldn’t it be thicker and more symmetrical? With fewer disquieting glimpses of the underlying scalp? And whatever frightens you more, Trump poses a lot more danger to the average American than sharks. Anyway, about the politics: De
A new PPP poll found that more voters want to impeach Trump than keep him in office, and a majority of voters wish that Barack Obama was still the president. According to PPP, “Only 42% of voters think he’s honest to 53% who say he isn’t, and by a 49-44 spread voters outright call him […] The post A New Poll Will Enrage Trump As Voters Want To Impeach Him And Wish Obama Was President appeared first on Politicus USA.
Campaign Action The Senate debate on immigration has begun and it's not good. Despite the promise from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that they would have as much as two weeks of free-wheeling, open amendment debate, he's already stated his desired outcome: Trump's complete white supremacist wish list in return for the Dreamers' path to citizenship. He's also creating a false threshold for legislation—something that will get 30 Republican votes. And as for the two weeks of consideration? He sent out his number two guy, the odious Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), to renege on that, giving the Senate essentially two days. "This is Sen. (Dick) Durbin and Democrats' opportunity and so far they kind of seem to be a little confused about what they're planning on doing -- but they better get it don