GOP ❤️ the Swamp. Which Is Why They Are Blocking Political Reform that Would Clean Up Washington.
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Trump’s Washington is murkier and more corrupt than any in history. And people are fed up. Republicans have controlled both the House & Senate since Jan 2015 — and for nearly four years, they have blocked all efforts to reform our broken political system.
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This article was originally published in the Wall Street Journal.
A NEW WALL STREET JOURNAL/NBC NEWS POLL SHOWS an overwhelming majority of voters said corruption and malfeasance in the federal government was a top issue—and of those, more than half want Democrats to control Congress.
The September WSJ/NBC poll showed that 77% of surveyed registered voters said that “Reducing the influence of special interests and corruption in Washington” is either the most important or a very important issue facing the country. Only the economy rated higher. Of registered voters who said reducing corruption was an important issue, 51% want Democrats to control Congress, and 42% want Republicans to control Congress.
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