President Donald Trump took to Twitter to declare "NO PRESSURE" as Democrats presented opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial on Wednesday.
George Conway has shared polls that show more Americans want Trump impeached and removed from office than who wanted Richard Nixon removed from office before his 1974 resignation.
A poll that the president has frequently praised for its accuracy showed his approval rating taking a dive amid an impeachment inquiry and a military withdrawal.
The figures vary wildly by political affiliation, but overall there has been an uptick in support for the process.
Alex Jones called the Sandy Hook shooting a hoax and said government chemicals turned people gay. Trump voters trust Infowars as much as NYT and WaPo, a poll showed.
Most Americans—56 percent—would "definitely not vote" for Trump, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News survey.
The lawyer shared a poll showing that only 3 percent of black voters back Trump.
One pundit said the president "defies political gravity."
Trump once tweeted that Rasmussen was one of the most accurate polls. He probably hopes that's not true now.
A majority of Americans think the economy's in good shape despite the new president.
Michelle Obama was identified as the most "trusted messenger," according to the poll.
The base is fired up. The talk shows are pushing back. Game on for the latest in Trumpdom.