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Enough with the tweets, annoyed Americans tell Trump in new poll

Sixty-five percent of U.S. voters find President Donald Trump’s communication through Twitter to be reckless and distracting, according to a new nationwide McClatchy-Marist poll. The poll also found that most voters trust their favorite news source over Trump, by a similar margin of 67 percent to 29 percent. Only 18 percent of voters said they trust Trump and his administration “a great deal” to deliver accurate and factual information to the public.

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CPAC goers talk Trump controversies

The Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, was chock full of “Trumpeters” this year. McClatchy sought their thoughts on some of President Trump’s biggest controversies since taking office.
Brittany Peterson / McClatchy
CPAC goers talk Trump controversies 1:46

CPAC goers talk Trump controversies

Survey reveals Trump voters and Clinton supporters watch the Oscars differently 2:43

Survey reveals Trump voters and Clinton supporters watch the Oscars differently

If Trump repeals the ACA, here's how employer-based healthcare could change 2:20

If Trump repeals the ACA, here's how employer-based healthcare could change

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Trump supporter at McConnell protest: "[We should] just get along for the good of the country"

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