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Oh My: Dems Impeachment Push Is Backfiring With Michigan

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For Democrats to win back the White House in 2020, they have to convince blue-collar workers in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania that their platform is worth more than President Trump's pro-worker policies. But with an "impeachment inquiry" sucking up all of the media oxygen, Democrats are having a hard time making their case and voters are already sick of the political posturing.


In Michigan, a usually solid blue state President Trump won by 10,704 votes in 2016, union members are switching their votes from former Vice President Joe Biden back to Trump. The reason? They aren't fans of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's impeachment charade.

Meanwhile, the Trump campaign is raking in cash and new supporters on the issue.


The RNC is also taking full advantage:

As a reminder, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel was in charge of the Republican Party in Michigan when Trump sailed to victory in the state.

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