And that is because of Trump’s general reaction to the whole investigation and his constant lying or exaggerating about trivial stuff. Dude makes it hard to trust him as a person with a high ethical sense.
Did you look at this?
However, 71 percent said they think that Trump will fire Mueller before the probe is over.
Democrats polled were far more likely than Republicans to predict Mueller would find Trump committed such offenses, at 85 to 22 percent. But a majority of both Democrats and Republicans expected Mueller to be fired, at 82 percent of Democrats to 61 percent of Republicans.
Seems that since Trump has yet to fire Mueller that these people are wrong so much for the poll being any real representation of anything.
Trump can keep telling people he isn’t going to fire Mueller but people still believe he will because the Democrats keep bring it up on the news stations.
Trump tells and says a lot of things, even mutually exclusive stuff. He says one thing; then he says the opposite; then he does . . . whatever. He’s comically inconsistent and contradictory, so it’s foolish to believe him in this particular instance. Honestly, I thought his supporters actually liked–or at least pretended to like–that aspect of his personality.
ETA: He did this again on another topic a little while ago:
Trump spoke by phone Thursday to “Fox & Friends.” He told reporters weeks ago that he had no knowledge of a $130,000 payment Cohen made to Daniels before the 2016 election in exchange for her silence about an alleged sexual tryst with Trump in 2006.
Arguing that Cohen was one of his “many attorneys,” Trump said: “He represents me like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal,” and added, “From what I see, he did absolutely nothing wrong. There were no campaign funds going in.”
That makes no sense my friend. You are suggesting that because people believe that Trump will eventually fire Mueller, and since he has not already done so, that this makes their belief that he eventually will wrong somehow? Their opinion is wrong about believing he will do something in the future, because he has not done something in the past, is completely illogical.
Well, this Fox News poll kind of puts to rest the notion that the American people have moved on, and are no longer of the belief that the Mueller investigation is important. Trump defenders lose yet another talking point.