Donald Trump Tweets 123 Times In 2 Hours, Tragets Media, Democrats


On the heels of the House's party-line vote to approve two impeachment articles, President Trump said House Democrats are "trivializing impeachment". Senate members will also have the authority to remove Trump from office if he is found guilty.

The abuse of power charge also accuses Trump of freezing almost $400 million in US security aid to Ukraine and offering a possible White House meeting to Zelenskiy to get him to publicly announce the investigations of Biden and his son Hunter, who was on the board of a Ukrainian gas company.

Speaking at the Doha Forum in Qatar on Saturday, the South Carolina Republican and close Trump ally said he was "trying to give a pretty clear signal I have made up my mind".

Democrats said this was tantamount to betraying the nation's national security interests for the sake of Trump's own political gains, and they believe it is an impeachable offense.

Here's what Twitter is saying as House Judiciary Committee members seem well on their way to burning the midnight oil.

CNN's Jim Sciutto chimed in, "Well this is McConnell, I mean, he famously said he wanted to make Obama a one-term president, so for him to defend the Republican president in this way, perhaps not so surprising".

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He said the "Founding Fathers had vigorous debates of whether they would even allow impeachment in the Constitution", and that he favors allowing voters to decide the matter in next year's election.

The impeachment against Donald Trump now moves to the House of Representatives, where the opposition Democratic Party enjoys a majority.

Before Friday's vote, George was also present for the Judiciary Committee's marathon 13-hour markup of the articles of impeachment. Trump had used congressionally approved military aid and a promised White House meeting as incentives for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to pursue the investigation.

In brief but animated remarks, the president defiantly declared of the shape and length of an expected Senate trial, "I'll do whatever I want". "We know second that the two individuals on the call-President Zelensky, President Donald Trump-have said no pushing and linking between money and an announcement of an investigation".

"No crime!" the United States president said on Twitter early on Thursday.

The fundamental divide over impeachment played out over and over again in the cavernous House hearing room where the Judiciary Committee debated the impeachment articles Wednesday and Thursday, where lawmakers in the two parties mostly talked past each other and urged the other side to change course.