Poll: 64% of voters believe Trump committed crimes prior to presidency
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64% of American voters believe President Trump committed crimes before he became president, while just 24% believe he did not, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Tuesday.
Details: Voters are more divided on the question of whether or not Trump committed crimes during his presidency, with 45% responding yes and 43% no. Of those surveyed, 50% said they believe Michael Cohen — who detailed alleged crimes committed by Trump during his testimony last week — more than they believe the president. As he enters the third year of his presidency, 65% of Americans say Trump is not honest, including 25% of Republicans — "his worst grade ever on that character trait," according to Quinnipiac.