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The Wheelhouse: Americans Split On Trump Impeachment

Oct 2, 2019

As impeachment news consumes Washington, more and more Americans seem to think that the House inquiry is a good idea. 

The latest Quinnipiac poll shows a big jump in the number of people who support impeaching President Trump - basically an even split - but a majority now favors the House looking into his actions regarding Ukraine.

This hour, we discuss this, the revelations that Trump wanted to protect the U.S. border with a moat filled with snakes, and even a story about how people can get along in our current political system.

Plus, the closing of a grocery store reignites the debate over the rising minimum wage.

  • Colin McEnroe - Host of WNPR’s Colin McEnroe Show (@colinmcenroe)
  • Mark Pazniokas - Capitol bureau chief at the Connecticut Mirror (@ctmirrorpaz)
  • Susan Bigelow - Contributor at CT News Junkie (@whateversusan)

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