Sixty-five percent of U.S. voters find President Donald Trump’s communication through Twitter to be reckless and distracting, according to a new nationwide McClatchy-Marist poll. The poll also found that most voters trust their favorite news source over Trump, by a similar margin of 67 percent to 29 percent.
Sixty-five percent of U.S. voters find President Donald Trump’s communication through Twitter to be reckless and distracting, according to a new nationwide McClatchy-Marist poll. The poll also found that most voters trust their favorite news source over Trump, by a similar margin of 67 percent to 29 percent. Jeffrey Phelps AP
Sixty-five percent of U.S. voters find President Donald Trump’s communication through Twitter to be reckless and distracting, according to a new nationwide McClatchy-Marist poll. The poll also found that most voters trust their favorite news source over Trump, by a similar margin of 67 percent to 29 percent. Jeffrey Phelps AP

Enough with the tweets, annoyed Americans tell Trump in new poll

February 27, 2017 06:00 AM

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