Politics: CNN Poll: Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barr's summary - - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

PoliticsCNN Poll: Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barr's summary

23:20  27 march  2019
23:20  27 march  2019 Source:   cnn.com

White House on Barr's summary of Mueller findings: 'Total and complete exoneration' of President Trump

White House on Barr's summary of Mueller findings: 'Total and complete exoneration' of President Trump "Attorney General Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein further determined there was no obstruction. The findings of the Department of Justice are a total and complete exoneration of the President of the United States," Sarah Huckabee Sanders says.

Though President Donald Trump has claimed "complete and total exoneration " based on Attorney General William Barr ' s summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, the American public disagrees, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS.

Even Barr ' s summary said he was not exonerated . Anyone thinking he is exonerated is The 43% overall in the new poll saying the President has been exonerated is about the same as the 42% who said in a CNN poll earlier this year that Trump 's campaign did not collude with the Russian

CNN Poll: Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barr's summary© Getty Images & AP

Though President Donald Trump has claimed "complete and total exoneration" based on Attorney General William Barr's summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, the American public disagrees, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS.

A majority (56%) says the President and his campaign have not been exonerated of collusion, but that what they've heard or read about the report shows collusion could not be proven. Fewer, 43%, say Trump and his team have been exonerated of collusion.

If Trump Obstructed Justice, He Can’t Be Exonerated

If Trump Obstructed Justice, He Can’t Be Exonerated Trump’s criminal collusion and his obstruction are linked – but in the opposite of the way William Barr says.

White House on Barr ' s summary of Mueller findings: 'Total and complete exoneration ' of President Trump . "Attorney General Barr and Deputy Attorney A majority (56%) says the President and his campaign have not been exonerated of collusion , but that what they've heard or read about the

Even Barr ' s summary said he was not exonerated . Anyone thinking he is exonerated is Its almost as if i know that putin didn't collude with Trump in a backroom somewhere and everyone who expressed skepticism wasnt a Russian Agent to be shamed after all.

Although Mueller could not establish Trump or his campaign "conspired or coordinated with" the Russian government, according to Barr's letter, the poll finds the American people continue to view the issue through partisan lenses.

RELATED: Full poll results

Republicans and Democrats are on opposite sides of this question: 77% of Republicans say the President has been exonerated, 80% of Democrats say he has not. Independents break against exoneration -- 58% say the President and his campaign were not exonerated.

Those who say they have heard or read "a great deal" about the report (about 23% of the public), however, are more apt to say the President has been cleared: 56% in that group say Trump and his campaign have been exonerated of any collusion, while 44% say it wasn't exoneration but that collusion could not be proven.

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer aren’t satisfied with AG Bill Barr’s readout of the Mueller report

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer aren’t satisfied with AG Bill Barr’s readout of the Mueller report Democratic leaders in the House and Senate are not satisfied with Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); “Attorney General Barr’s letter raises as many questions as it answers,” said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer in a statement on Sunday, a few hours after Barr’s letter was released.

A majority (56%) says the President and his campaign have not been exonerated of collusion , but that what they've heard or read about the report shows collusion could not be proven. Fewer, 43%, say Trump and his team have been exonerated of collusion .

CNN Poll Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barrs summary CNNPolitics Read more Any violation of policy, community guidelines, copyright

The 43% overall in the new poll saying the President has been exonerated is about the same as the 42% who said in a CNN poll earlier this year that Trump's campaign did not collude with the Russian government to help get Trump elected. That suggests the summary letter released Sunday did little to move public opinion on this matter.

And most feel the investigation ought not to end with that letter.

Nearly 6 in 10 Americans want to see Congress continue to pursue hearings into the findings of Mueller's report. Just 43% feel Congress ought to end the investigation completely following the release of Barr's summary of Mueller's findings.

Here too, partisan divides are deep. Nearly 9 in 10 Democrats (88%) say Congress ought to hold hearings, while just 17% of Republicans agree.

A CNN Poll conducted before the report was final found that nearly 9 in 10 Americans thought there should be a full, public report on the investigation's findings, while just 9% felt that was unnecessary. Barr's letter said his plan was "to release as much of the special counsel's report as I can" within legal limits. The Department of Justice has said that release will come in weeks, not months.

Nancy Pelosi was the only one exonerated by Barr's summary of Mueller probe

Nancy Pelosi was the only one exonerated by Barr's summary of Mueller probe There has been a lot of talk about exoneration since the release of Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Mueller report and I can’t help but feel that it’s missing the point. The only person Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Mueller probe exonerated is Nancy Pelosi. And it’s time that all Democrats wake up to that reality. Over the past ten days or so there has been an intraparty dispute over whether Democrats should be pushing the issue of impeachment. Judiciary Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., was on the Sunday show circuit bobbing and weaving while Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.

Though President Donald Trump has claimed "complete and total exoneration " based on Attorney General William Barr ' s summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on A majority (56%) says the President and his campaign have not been exonerated of collusion , but that what they've

Though President Donald Trump has claimed "complete and total exoneration " based on Attorney General William Barr ' s summary of special A majority (56%) says the President and his campaign have not been exonerated of collusion , but that what they've heard or read about the report shows

At this point, without the full report having been released, just 13% say that Mueller's findings will sway their decision about whom to support in 2020 either way, with 7% saying it makes them more apt to back the President, and 6% less likely to do so. A combined 86% say that they had already figured out whether they would vote for or against Trump, or that the investigation won't matter to them even though they are undecided now.

The CNN Poll was conducted by SSRS March 25 through 26 among a random national sample of 701 adults interviewed online after being recruited using probability-based methods. Results for the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 5.4 percentage points, it is larger for subgroups.

Read More

'SNL' has Baldwin's Trump and De Niro's Mueller summarize the Mueller report.
"Saturday Night Live" returned just in time to break down the Mueller report, the summary of it and President Trump's tweets about it. The NBC variety show opened with Robert De Niro's special counsel Robert Mueller reading his report, which was then summarized by Attorney General William Barr (played by Aidy Bryant), which was then tweeted out by Alec Baldwin's Trump. "I am submitting these 380 pages," De Niro's Mueller began. "I am writing almost four pages," Bryant's Barr continued. "I am reading zero pages," Baldwin's Trump said.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 3
This is interesting!