With the end of the impeachment nonsense close at hand, President Trump took his time to lay out what a great country we live in—and what promises lie ahead for this nation. And his optimism is infectious.
Yeah. I don't see why except for there was the Clinton president why there needs it needs to go on this long why you need 24 hours and I think will think the same thing really with The other side too why you need 24 hours to make the case when I think I've seen it made in about 30 minutes maybe about as well as either side could that said yes, I've been trying to pay about as good of attention as I can and trying to find of course we're going to have to weigh the facts and the American people I think of already in many ways already done that I'm also teaching the presidency right now, which is kind of perfect.
Today is the day Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi have dreamed about—it’s the day they can finally begin a Senate Trial on the question of Impeaching President Donald Trump—the problem is the case—is flimsy—and that is being very kind
President Donald Trump lashing out at Democrats during a high stakes rally in Battleground, Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Claiming Democrats are embarrassed by their decision to unviel their Articles of Impeachment hours before, against him.
Good morning, Steve and you summed it up very perfectly the two perspectives the Democrats continuing to lecture and try to undo the 2016 election and the president on the world stage meeting with World allies and marking the 70th anniversary of the NATO alliance and calling on world leaders to step up and do what they need to do to help confront threats around the world.