Fox News’ senior political analyst admits that impeachment could hurt Trump’s political standing


Brit Hume, senior political analyst for Fox News, told his colleagues to Carlson Tucker on Tuesday night, he did not believe that impeachment will help the President of Donald Trump’s political status, although this is a popular conservative said point.

“Well,it’s possible,”Hume said after Carlson’s advice, ACE can benefit from A against his impeachment, similar to what happened to former President Bill Clinton in the late 1990s. “But remember this thing we heard about Bill Clinton a lot We have heard about Donald Trump Yes, the allegations that he is a liar. Okay, let’s assume for purposes of discussion, he is a liar. So is Clinton. The difference between them is Bill Clinton is a person can, you know, he pee under your feet, and tell you it’s raining, you’d believe him. He is very likable. He was very persuasive, and so on.”

Hume added that,”as a teller of tall tales, I don’t think Trump is as talented as he is. I don’t think he is popular. For example, the President, with all the scandal around him President Clinton, he has a very large economy and encouraged by his station in this great economy, we now did not seem encouraged by this President’s position.”

Hume noted that many people view Trump as”annoying,”while Clinton is not running for re-election in the contest after his impeachment(he was already in his second term), the Democrats who run on Clinton’s behalf seems to have been affected by the impeachment controversy.

“This is Al Gore”Hume told Carlson. “Then President Bush is running on? He ran mainly in the restoration of honor and dignity. Or I forget the exact word Honor, integrity or anything like that in the Oval Office. This proved to be a successful message, you can see why: this isn’t really about Gore. It is about Clinton.”

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