Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile Conducts Poll Asking If Trump Is ‘A Legitimate President,’ Immediately Backfires

Democrats took a few months off from accusing President Trump of colluding with Russia after the president was exonerated in the Mueller report.

But leftist-lawmakers are once again baselessly crying for impeachment of President Trump over his conversations with a foreign leader.

In an attempt to derail Trump, former Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile is currently conducting a poll on Twitter, asking Americans if they believe Trump is a legitimate president.

Yet, the poll posted by Brazile, who was infamously fired from CNN after getting busted providing the Hillary Clinton campaign debate questions, immediately backfired.

An overwhelming 91 percent of respondents have voted in Trump’s favor.

Twitter users also questioned why Brazile refused to allow the Federal Bureau of Investigations to examine the allegedly hacked DNC server that ignited the Russia probe. The trove of emails leaked from the server and published by WikiLeaks revealed numerous instances of internal corruption between the Clinton campaign and the DNC, including Brazile’s coordination with the Clinton campaign to preemptively provide debate questions and the DNC’s effort to rig the Democratic primary against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

While the Russia probe, which Democrats have used to delegitimize the president since he’s taken office, is premised on allegations the DNC server was hacked by Russia, there remains no substantiation that the server was ever hacked. According to the-then DNC chair, the DNC hired the private cyber security firm CrowdStrike to make a “replica” of the server’s data and destroyed the server.

Respondents also flooded Brazile’s tweet with demands she be fired from the Fox News Channel.

According to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, most Americans do not think Trump should be impeached and removed from office. Only 37 percent of respondents said the president should be impeached and removed, while 57 percent did not.

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