What it all means regarding the President's chances of being re-elected is not clear at this point but it's also clear that the American public isn't all that eager about a future where the business of Washington is increasingly tied up in endless investigations.
The results come as national Democratic Party leaders and 2020 presidential candidates are grappling with how to approach an issue that could ignite base voters but alienate a section of more moderate America. These numbers suggest that there is at least a sizeable part of the public that believes that Congress may be going too far in its zeal to investigate the President.
More recently, the president has criticized Democrats for pursuing investigations of his conduct after the release earlier this month of the redacted report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Russia's intervention in the 2016 US election.
It's also created odd bedfellows - aligning members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, born from the Tea Party movement, and progressives such as Sen.
Despite drawbacks, Democrats say they will have to fight on multiple fronts to get the witnesses and documents they need.
Beth Bousley, spokeswoman with the Washington State Department of Transportation, expressed similar consternation, and noted that WSDOT would work "with our community partners and congressional delegation to put forward projects or program requests", but didn't provide any specific projects.
Rep. Maxine Waters, who chairs the House Financial Services Committee, and Rep. Adam Schiff, who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, said on April 15 their panels had issued subpoenas to multiple financial institutions for information on Trump's finances. "Even so, the mere threat of arrest and detention by the sergeant-at-arms can be used to encourage compliance with congressional demands".
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The army responded to some of the criticism by saying it was " prudent to excite scientific temper and rekindle the interest ". Due to the lack of evidence of the creature's existence, the scientific community has generally regarded the Yeti as a legend.
In the last several days, the President himself has been transparent about his administration's defiance.
The ruling, which firmly rebukes the President's arguments, will empower Congress if they seek more information about payments received by Trump's family businesses and other business details.
Despite attacks on Robert Mueller's credibility from the White House for well over a year, a majority of Americans still feel that his investigation was fair. The White House also threatened to fight a subpoena for former White House counsel Don McGahn.
"This lawsuit is not created to succeed; it is only created to put off meaningful accountability as long as possible", the Democratic lawmakers said.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said the stonewalling "certainly builds the case that the administration and the president is engaged in wholesale obstruction of Congress, completely extraconstitutional, trying to make the presidency not responsive to Congress, trying to make the presidency into a monarchy".
"In every way he is unfit to be the president of the United States", Pelosi said in an interview with The Associated Press earlier this month.
"I think it's the totality of the whole picture, so we'll see what happens as we have very strong committees looking at these issues". And that is the responsibility of oversight.