The Democrats have long been fond of employing dirty tricks in their attempts to derail the presidency of Donald J. Trump, and this week is certainly no different.
The impeachment fiasco resumed publicly on Wednesday with another round of hearings, this time in front of the House Judiciary Committee. When it is all said and done, it is believed that this group will likely draft articles of impeachment against Trump – a step that has only been taken on a handful of occasions in our nation’s history.
Of course, it’s not exactly that straightforward, especially as tomorrow’s hearing coincides with a long-scheduled trip to London for the President to visit with NATO. Instead of defending himself from the Oval Office, Trump is now being forced to deal with back-home political issues while his time would be better spent on the reason for his visit – something that was certainly considered by the Democrats.
Trump’s feelings on the subject were absolutely clear, despite his distance from The Beltway.
“I think he is a maniac, I think he is a deranged human being,” Trump said. “I think he grew up with a complex for lots of reasons that are obvious. I think he’s a very sick man. And he lies.”
Trump commented on Schiff during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in London during his foreign trip for a NATO summit.
But wait: There’s more.
He also criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for standing by Schiff, even claiming in an interview that he spoke the truth.
“These people are deranged,” Trump said.
This week’s hearings will feature constitutional scholars handpicked by the Democrats to illustrate the “high crimes and misdemeanors” that the left continues to insist exist as ground for impeachment.
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