Bill Maher says Trump impeachment hearings could give voters 'investigation fatigue'
Added 11-16-19 12:20:02am EST - “"Real Time" host Bill Maher wondered Friday night whether? this week's televised impeachment hearings could cause "investigation? fatigue" to set in among the public.?” - Foxnews.com
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"Real Time" host Bill Maher wondered Friday night whether this week's televised Trump impeachment hearings could cause "investigation fatigue" to set in among the public.
The House of Representatives held two open-door hearings into President Trump's conduct with Ukraine, with U.S. diplomat Bill Taylor and State Department official George Kent testifying Wednesday and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testifying Friday.
Maher kicked off the panel discussion on Friday's show by suggesting there was a lack of interest in the latest impeachment developments.
"So 81 percent of the people in America have made up their minds about impeachment, 13 million watched, so we're not doing this for a helluva lot of people," Maher said. "And I think a lot of the people who are watching think this is the impeachment trial, you know? And I worry that, OK, we went through this once when the transcripts came out, when we first heard the story, those of us who were following it. Now we're going through it again with [the] impeachment inquiry, then we'll go through it again with the trial.
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