President Donald J. Trump WILL be impeached shortly….
He will be the fourth President to have the dubious honour….
He WAS elected to ‘do his own thing’ against the establishment…
And he has…
But unlike his Real Estate operation back in New York City?
He has a board to deal with in the name of the US Congress…
His operating style of ‘me first’ the law and rules ‘I don’t give a shit about’ will get him indicted for crimes he has admitted he committed , but says he didn’t…
While the US Senate Republicans, and maybe a few Democrats of the jury have Indic ahed up front that he’s NOT gonna be convicted of anything?….The guy IS suffering and is pissed….
For ALL his dancing with the truth , and laws and rules?
He’ll make the history books in a way he ain’t happy about…
He’s thrown down a six page letter to the Democratic Speaker of the House tNancy Pelosi is the writing of a man who has tried hard to control things, BUT?
Knows in the end?
He didn’t get his way with all of the board….
President Trump on Tuesday angrily denounced the looming House votes to impeach him as a “Star Chamber of partisan persecution” by Democrats, describing the effort to remove him from office as an “attempted coup” that would come back to haunt them at the ballot box next year.
On the eve of the historic votes, Democrats reached a critical threshold, gathering majority support to impeach Mr. Trump, as the president raged against the proceedings. In an irate and rambling six-page letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Mr. Trump portrayed himself as the victim of enemies determined to destroy his presidency with false accusations.
“This is nothing more than an illegal, partisan attempted coup that will, based on recent sentiment, badly fail at the voting booth,” Mr. Trump declared, describing a process enshrined in the Constitution as an attempted government overthrow.
“History will judge you harshly as you proceed with this impeachment charade,” he wrote.
In a missive full of unproven charges, hyperbole and long-simmering grievances against his own government — at one point, he referred to leaders of the F.B.I. as “totally incompetent and corrupt” — Mr. Trump angrily disputed both of the impeachment charges: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.