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originally posted by: Gorgonite
To be clear, the question was not "do you think Trump committed any wrongdoing in asking about Biden?" The question was simply do you "believe it is likely that Trump mentioned the possibility of an investigation into Biden?"
So 60% of Republicans don't even believe Trump mentioned Biden on the phone with Ukraine. This is after Trump released a transcript that clearly shows he brought up Biden's name on the call with Ukraine.
While the Republican numbers are the worst it doesn't stop there. 15% of Democrats don't believe he mentioned Biden.
This is the latest evidence that we live in a post-truth world. Facts no longer matter it's just how you feel.
President Donald Trump has publicly admitted he discussed Joe Biden with Ukraine and the White House released a memo on his July 25 phone call that shows he asked his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate the former vice president and his son, Hunter Biden. Still, only 40% of Republican voters believe he did so, according to a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday.