Trump dropped a truth bomb about impeachment the Democrats didn’t want to hear
Democrats in liberal districts campaigned on impeaching Trump.
Now Nancy Pelosi is installing many of them in leadership positions in the U.S. House.
But President Trump said these three words about impeachment that turned their plans to dust.
President Trump was giving an interview when the subject of impeachment came up.
Trump said, “people would revolt” if House Democrats impeached him.
The Daily Caller reports:
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that “people would revolt” if Democrats impeach him.
The president’s comments came during a sit-down Oval Office interview with Reuters on the same day as a contentious White House meeting with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer over the issue of border security.
“It’s hard to impeach somebody who hasn’t done anything wrong and who’s created the greatest economy in the history of our country,” said Trump, responding to those who say payments made through his then-attorney, Michael Cohen, to women with whom he allegedly had relationships with could amount to the “high crimes and misdemeanors” Constitutionally required to remove a president from office.
“I’m not concerned, no. I think that the people would revolt if that happened,” Trump said before listing several key accomplishments, including judges, regulatory cuts, the Supreme Court, and the economy.
It’s no secret that Democrats hate Trump with a passion.
They see his presidency as a repudiation of everything they represent.
So they’ll stoop to any low to erase the name “Trump” from the history books.
As we previously reported, billionaire Tom Steyer has spent tens of millions on TV ads pushing for impeachment.
The mainstream media will be obsessed with Democrats’ impeachment efforts over the next two years.
They know, even if they fail, wall-to-wall coverage of made up scandals could be enough to block President Trump’s agenda.
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