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Getty Images Some 57% of Americans think Trump should leave office as soon as possible instead of serving out the remaining 12 days of his term, according to an Dipsos/Reuters poll conducted Thursday and Friday (14% want impeachment, 30% want his Cabinet to remove him by invoking the 25th Amendment and 13% want him to resign). Just 44% of registered voters told Politico and Morning Consult that Congress should start impeachment proceedings, but 49% favor a 25th Amendment removal by his Cabinet, a strategy Vice President Mike Pence and several key Cabinet secretaries reportedly donor support (the poll was conducted on Wednesday and Thursday).
House Democrats say they will introduce articles of impeachment on Monday accusing Trump of inciting an insurrection. Did not rule out voting to remove Trump, but Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) cast the idea as divisive and unnecessary.
A majority of Democrats (92%) and Republicans (71%) opposed the mob that broke into the Capitol building, according to the Dipsos/Reuters poll. Some 86% of Democrats strongly disapprove of Trump ’s actions on Wednesday, whereas only 20% of Republicans hold the same belief.
A mob of his supporters occupied the building as members of Congress worked to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s electoral win, a procedural step Trump attempted to block. Hours later, Trump encouraged his supporters to go home on Twitter, but he waited more than a day before explicitly condemning the occupation.
Since then, some members of both parties have partly blamed Trump for the rioting, arguing his aggressive rhetoric and false claims of vote-rigging stirred some of his supporters into violence. The Latest Polls | FiveThirtyEightAll polls Presidential approvalPresident: general election. S.
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