During the second presidential debate, Donald Trump told Hillary that if he is elected, he will appoint a special prosecutor to investigate her “situation.”
Later, he also told her that if he were in charge of the law, she’d be in jail.
Liberals were, of course, butthurt.
However, Republicans and independents approved.
New polling data has revealed that a majority of both Republicans and Independents approve of Donald Trump’s threat to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton’s email scandal should he win the presidency.
In a poll conducted by YouGov and The Huffington Post, 64 percent of Republicans approved of Trump’s comments opposed to just 24 percent who did not, whilst 46 percent of Independents approved compared to 41 percent who thought they were inappropriate.
However, an overwhelming majority (87 percent) of Democrats considered the threat inappropriate compared to just 9 percent who thought it was, meaning 52 percent of total viewers surveyed opposed the comments, compared to 38 percent who approved of them.
Meanwhile, a smaller percentage of viewers surveyed thought Trump’s attacks against Bill Clinton’s sexual history were justified, with 55 percent of viewers deeming the comments inappropriate, with a majority of Independents disapproving of them.