Donald Trump was just betrayed by this one key Republican on impeachment
There is no turning back now for both Democrats and President Trump.
The next few weeks will decide Donald Trump’s political fate.
And Donald Trump was just betrayed by this one key Republican on impeachment.
Former Trump Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossert appeared on ABC’s “This Week” with former Clinton political hack George Stephanopoulos.
During the interview, Bossert claimed he was “disturbed” by President Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian President.
Bossert also asserted that this had been a “bad day and a bad week” for President Trump.
President Donald Trump’s first Homeland Security and counterterrorism adviser, who resigned after a year in the office, said on “This Week With George Stephanopoulos” on Sunday that he is “deeply disturbed” and “frustrated” by the “entire mess” that began in July with Trump’s phone call with a young Ukrainian president and suddenly this week sparked a firestorm of calls in Congress to impeach the president following the disclosure of an extraordinary whistleblower complaint.
“I’m deeply disturbed by this as well, and this entire mess has me frustrated,” said former Homeland Security advisor Tom Bossert, now an ABC News contributor. . .
…But Bossert described the allegations against Trump as extremely serious.
“That said, it is a bad day and a bad week for this president and this country — if he is asking for political dirt on an opponent,” said Bossert.
Bossert’s comments allowed the Fake News Media to claim the concern over President Trump’s phone call was bipartisan and that his own allies were beginning to abandon him.
This was — of course — a lie.
Bossert also noted in the interview that he didn’t see any abuse of power in the call and that the case for impeachment was far from proven.