Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A controversy and scandal in American Presidency


Recently America is facing a lot of turmoil after president Donald Trump fired the FBI director James Comey last week.  Comey has mentioned in his memo that president Trump has revealed highly
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classified information to Russian officials and allegedly has encouraged him not to cause an investigation regarding the former national security advisor Michael Flynn’s ties to Russia.

According to the poll, funded by a Democratic polling agency almost half of the American are in favor of impeaching president Trump, but only the 41 percent of the voters believe that he will finish his full term in office.  According to the sources last week, Trump held a closed meeting with Russian foreign minister and Moscow’s ambassador and firing the Comey he has disclosed highly classified intelligence to Russian officials. It has questioned to the credibility of the president.



The criticism against the Trump has aired when he tweeted it was unreasonable to expect his press staff to tell the truth. Against his statement, about 77 percent of the voters believe that they expect the true information from the white house press staff. On the same poll has forecasted that 51 percent of the American thinks that Trump is a liar but 38 percent of the voter has said that is ok, to be honest.

Trump’s refusal of the annual tax release has added the suspicion to the public.  It has deeply hindered the major trust among the voter who 62 percent think he is not fair and he needs to release it and 29 percent consider it is not really a matter of concern. His other vulnerability has become his health care bill. Only the 25 percent of the American people are in favor of the new health care that is called American Health Care Act whereas 52 percent are against it.

The bill has been passed by the House of Republicans but seems that it doesn’t have majority support within the republican in itself. It is still in wait and sees after it will go to the upper house to pass the bill. Trump has become the lowest approval rate of any new president since 1953 according to the daily sources.

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