POLL: Should Trump testify?

Day 3 of the public hearings on impeachment was another big win for President Trump. None of the four people who testified Tuesday witnessed any quid pro quo, bribes, extortion or other "high crimes and misdemeanors." House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff's (D-CA) case for removing our duly elected Commander-in-Chief from office gets weaker by the day. Early this week, there was talk of the President testifying before the committee.

On Sunday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) told CBS News' "Face the Nation": "The President could come right before the committee and talk, speak all the truth that he wants if he wants to ... or he could do it in writing. He has every opportunity to present his case." President Trump responded on Monday by tweeting: "Even though I did nothing wrong, and don’t like giving credibility to this No Due Process Hoax, I like the idea & will, in order to get Congress focused again, strongly consider it!"

But as witness after witness testifies that Mr. Trump did not commit an impeachable offense, should he even respond to the committee, whether it's in person or in writing? Grassfire wants to know what you think.

If you want the President to tell the House Intelligence Committee his side of the story, click here or on the "TESTIFY? YES!" image below. If you don't want to see Mr. Trump participate in the "Schiff Sham" on any level, click here or on the "TESTIFY? NO!" image below.

We'll share the results of Grassfire's "Should Trump Testify?" QuickPoll later this week. Thanks, in advance, for voting and letting us know where you stand.

For liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. Our QuickPolls are not scientific, nor do they endorse a specific candidate or Grassfire position. They are for informational purposes only.


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