Donald Trump just apologized for impeachment. You won’t believe to who
The Senate finally acquitted Donald Trump on the Democrats’ phony articles of impeachment.
On the following day, the President addressed the nation to offer his thoughts in the entire ordeal.
And Donald Trump just apologized for impeachment. You won’t believe to who.
After the Senate acquitted Bill Clinton in 1999, President Clinton spoke on the White House lawn and apologized to the country for what he put everyone through.
Clinton’s apology was warranted because he lied under oath and committed real crimes that led to his impeachment.
By contrast, President Trump apologized to his family for what the Democrats put them through during the impeachment witch hunt.
“I want to apologize to my family for having them go through a phony rotten deal by some very evil and sick people,” the President began.
“They stuck with me and I’m so glad I did it, because we are making progress and we are doing things for our great people,” Trump concluded.
Fake News Media pundits held out the Clinton apology as the model for how a President is supposed to act after impeachment.
But in Clinton’s case he actually did something wrong.
President Trump committed no crimes and the transcript of his July 25 call with the Ukrainian President backed up Trump’s assertion that the call was “perfect.”
The fake news and Democrats demanded Trump – or other Republicans – confess that Trump did something wrong so they could hang it around his neck in the next election.
But unlike cowardly establishment Republicans like Mitt Romney who curl up in a fetal positions at the sign of first denunciation from members of the elite media, President Trump stood his ground and fought back.
President Trump’s refusal to accept the hoax premise the Democrats constructed to launch this impeachment witch hunt is large reason why not only did the President survive, but that Trump emerged on the other side stronger than ever before.