Although Americans seemingly want to know more they would much prefer that Congress actually do the job they were elected for which is working for America and Americans.
A new poll indicates that a majority of Americans support the move by congressional Democrats to begin an impeachment inquiry into President Trump over the Ukraine controversy.
And The Washington Post-Schar School survey, which was released Tuesday, shows that just under half of people questioned say the House should vote to impeach the president.
But in a warning sign to Democrats, by a 50-46 percent margin Americans say the impeachment proceedings are distracting Congress from more important issues.
Fifty-eight percent of those questioned in the survey said they support the inquiry, with 49 percent indicating the House should vote to impeach the president. Thirty-eight percent of those questioned said they opposed the impeachment inquiry by the House Democrats.