Republicans are souring on Russia special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, with only 39 percent of adults telling a CNN poll released Thursday that President Donald Trump should sit for an interview with prosecutors.
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That was down from 54 percent who said Trump not agree to a Mueller interview in March.
Overall, however, 70 percent of the 1,015 adults surveyed by CNN still say Trump should testify before Mueller’s investigators if he is asked.
The Russia investigation marks its first anniversary next Thursday — and Vice President Mike Pence called for the probe to end in several television interviews Thursday.
President Trump has long slammed the probe as a “witch hunt” — and more of the total number of adults in the CNN poll said the inquiry was mostly an effort to discredit his presidency.
That reading was 38 percent, up 2 percent from the March results, CNN reports.
The survey results had no breakdown of party affiliation on that question.
Still, only 17 percent of Republicans in the CNN poll now approve of Mueller’s probe, down from 29 percent in March.
And, in total, 44 percent of all the adults surveyed approve of the inquiry, a drop from 48 percent in March.
But more are now disapproving: 38 percent Thursday versus 35 percent in March.
Here are other key findings of the survey:
If President Trump is asked to testify, should he?
- Yes: 70 percent.
- No: 27 percent.
If Trump does not agree to an interview, should Mueller subpoena him?
- Yes: 62 percent.
- No: 33 percent.
Regardless of Mueller’s eventual findings, should any report be made public?
- Yes: 84 percent.
- No: 13 percent.
The CNN survey was conducted between last Thursday and Saturday and has a margin of error of 3.6 percent.
In interviews earlier Thursday, Pence called for an end to the Mueller investigation.
“It’s been about a year since this investigation began,” Pence told “Today” on NBC. “Our administration’s provided over a million documents.
“We’ve fully cooperated in it.
“And in the interest of the country, I think it’s time to wrap it up,” Pence said. “I would very respectfully encourage the special counsel and his team to bring their work to completion.”
The vice president added that the Trump administration would “continue” to work with Mueller.
Trump’s newest personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said last month that he joined the president’s legal team to try to end the probe “for the good of the country.”
He told Politico on Monday that Mueller was aware of the investigation’s pace.
“I think he’s getting sensitive to the fact they’ve gone on a little bit too long,” Giuliani said. “He’s certainly getting a certain degree of questioning about that.
“I’m not so concerned about that as I am about let’s see some kind of road to a close.”
Mueller has no deadline on his investigation, but he must file a status report with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in early July, Politico reports.