But As The New York Times Reported On Feb.

Sen. Ron Wyden said “nothing is going off the table” when asked about it at a Feb. 25 town hall at David Douglas High School. Democratic activists and even some elected officials already are calling for Trump to be impeached over everything from his perceived conflicts of interest to his campaign staff’s reported contacts with Russian spies. But as The New York Times reported on Feb. 9, “Democratic officials in Republican-dominated Washington view the entire subject as a trap, a premature discussion that could backfire in spectacular fashion by making the party appear too overzealous in its opposition to Trump. Worse, they fear, it could harden Republican support http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ for the president by handing his party significant fundraising and political ammunition when the chances of success for an early impeachment push are remote, at best.” Pollster seeks to correct record Fritz Wenzel, the founder and partner at Clout Research, insists his company’s polls are more accurate than Sources said last week. When reporting a new Clout poll that showed only 51 percent of Oregon voters view Gov. Kate Brown favorably, we noted that the FiveThirtyEight.com rating service only gave the company a C- rating. But Wenzel emailed to say those behind that website admit they haven’t updated their ratings since 2010, and his company’s polls have been very accurate in recent years. Specifically, Wenzel says his polls accurately predicted the margins by which Brown would defeat Republican challenger Bud Pierce and that Republican Dennis Richardson would defeat Democrat Brad Avakian for secretary of state.

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