US voters divided on Trump after impeachment inquiry hearings

Without a clear public mandate, analysts say Republican-controlled Senate will not try to convict him.

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    Even after two weeks of public impeachment inquiry hearings, polls suggest Americans are still divided on US President Donald Trump.

    Without a clear public mandate, analysts say the Republican-controlled Senate will not try to convict him.

    But a year from now, swing-state voters will decide whether Trump gets a second term in office.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Pennsylvania.


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