Survey finds that Trump’s public support for sentencing is at an all time high

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According to a new survey, public support for the removal of Donald Trump from office is the highest ever.

Fifty-five percent of respondents said they were in favor of the conviction of the president of the United States by the Senate, a figure that shot up from 48 percent the previous week.

Meanwhile, the number of people against Trump’s impeachment has been reduced to a record low, according to the MSN survey.

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On Christmas Day, 40 percent opposed the Senate vote to condemn the president, who was charged for his dealings with Ukraine and an alleged subsequent attempt to obstruct Congress.

The gap between the two views has widened a lot since last week, when there was little to divide them (48 percent in favor of Trump’s impeachment, 47 percent against).

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Trump designs his “You’re fired!” pose at his Trump Tower office in June 2012. At that time he was known as a reality star in The Apprentice

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He was also known as the patron of the Miss Universe competition.



The first signs of Trump’s ambition for the presidency can be found everywhere. No less important in his 2011 book “It’s time to get tough: make the United States number 1 again”



Trump with Piers Morgan in November 2010. Piers Morgan has long argued that he and Trump are good friends

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Trump appeared on Fox & Friends, his favorite show, in August 2011



Trump considered running for the 2012 elections, where he would have faced Barack Obama. He is speaking here at an event for a group of Republican women.



Trump was subjected to a Comedy Central barbecue in 2011. He is photographed here being roasted by rapper Snoop Dogg



Since this Trump store is located in the Trump Tower lobby, it can be said that Trump sells products of himself outside his own home



Trump held meetings with prominent Republicans when considering his 2012 offer. Here he appears with Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.



He did not end up running in 2012 after all, but supported Republican candidate Mitt Romney

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Trump’s golf course in Aberdeen was controversial in 2012 when he began pressuring the Scottish government against wind power so that they would not install turbines off the coast in their new field.



He even gave evidence to a Scottish parliamentary committee that discourages wind power.

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He still found time for a round, of course.

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On June 16, 2015, Trump announced that he would run for the presidency of the United States in the 2016 Republican elections.



His campaign was divisive, causing controversy wherever he went. He was finally declared a Republican candidate in June 2016



Trump participated in the television debate against opponent Hillary Clinton on October 9

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