Long Islanders split on presidential impeachment probe

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Long Islanders are reacting to the presidential impeachment probe and one thing's clear -- opinions are mixed.

Some people think the president broke the law with his phone call to the president of the Ukraine. Other Long Islanders say Democrats don't know how to not be critical of the president.

It was shortly after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi inquiry last night that President Donald Trump said he would release the full transcript of that phone call with the Ukrainian president -- proving he is innocent.

MORE: Trump says impeachment drive is a plus, yet tweets with fury

The Department of Justice said not crime was committed, but Democratic leaders disagree.

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