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Shock Poll Finds Many Republicans Seek ‘Unconstrained’ President Trump

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A Reuters/Ipsos poll found that about half of Republicans believe the U.S. needs a strong president with minimal interference from courts and Congress, potentially supporting Donald Trump’s argument for fewer legal constraints if re-elected.

The poll showed a divided Republican Party on the limits of presidential power, with 46% supporting a strong president ruling with limited interference.

Trump’s legal challenges and claims of immunity from prosecution were also highlighted. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

The poll also revealed that Trump and Biden were neck-and-neck in support, with Trump’s legal challenges posing a risk to his presidential aspirations.

The poll reported that 46% of Republicans believe, “the country is in a crisis and needs a strong president who should be allowed to rule without too much interference from courts and Congress.”

Matthew MacWilliams, a political scientist said, “It’s hard to have a democracy when that attitude is afoot.”

The poll reported that 69% of Republicans believe that “illegal immigrants should be arrested and put in detention camps while awaiting deportation hearings.”

Only 21% of Democrats agreed with that statement.

Additionally, a significant portion of Republicans support a hardline immigration policy aligned with Trump’s campaign.

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