50% say Senate should convict Trump, up from 47% during first impeachment trial: Kornacki

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “50% say Senate should convict Trump, up from 47% during first impeachment trial: Kornacki” – below is their description.

Steve Kornacki joins Shepard Smith to report statistics comparing the first and second impeachment of former President Trump. He also discusses numbers ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl game.

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