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    Nearly Half of US Voters Believe Trump Not to Serve Full Term

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    Anew poll revealed that almost fifty percent of US voters say President Donald Trump is not likely to serve his entire four-year term in the White House.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Almost fifty percent of US voters say President Donald Trump is not likely to serve his entire four-year term in the White House, a new poll revealed.

    46 percent of voters say Trump is not likely to complete his first term, the USATODAY/iMediaEthics poll found on Monday. Only about 27 percent expressed confidence he will serve all four years of his term, the poll showed.

    Earlier on Monday, US Congressman Al Green introduced legislation that would bar the US president from pardoning himself, a move Trump is reportedly eyeing amid ongoing congressional investigations into Russia's alleged ties to his campaign.

    Other poll findings indicate that the majority, 51% of those polled, say they are dissatisfied with the way president Trump does his job, compared to 44% who approve.

    The survey was conducted online between July 17-19 among 1,330 adults. The margin of error is 2.8 percentage points.


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