Trump Tells Supporters It'll Be 'Your Fault' If He Gets Impeached

Frederick Owens
September 7, 2018

With all the patently ludicrous things Donald Trump says on a daily basis, you'd think that it would be more common for the people around him to react with the appropriately humorous level of bafflement. "He is a fighter and a victor". " 'Impeach Trump.' Maxine Waters: 'We will impeach him.' 'But he didn't do anything wrong.' 'It doesn't matter".

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was ridiculed by the "fake news" Trump thanks North Korea's Kim for promise to denuclearize during his tenure No NFL players visibly kneel during season opener MORE suggested that the United States would turn into a "third-world country" if Democrats tried to impeach him should they regain control of the House, because he has not done "anything wrong".

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Trump's campaign rallies are often characterised by raucous interactions among supporters, Trump, and, sometimes, protesters.

Republicans appear to agree with Democrats that impeachment would backfire, with many of Trump's allies circulating a video of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer telling a crowd "the sooner the better" when asked about impeachment.

"We doubt that capital markets would collapse if President Trump's administration was endangered either electorally or indeed legally", William Hobbs wrote. "He is a fighter and a victor", Trump said of the congressman who won his House seat despite the attack on Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs.

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White House officials contend the Supreme Court was a powerful motivator for Republican base voters in 2016, when Trump won the White House, and they're seeking to capitalize on Kavanaugh's nomination to help overcome an enthusiasm gap with Democrats.

Trump also warned the crowd that the USA would turn into a "third-world country" if he were ever to be impeached.

"Let's say a Democrat gets elected and let's say we have a Republican House".

It's been two years since the former 49ers QB took a knee during the National Anthem to protest systemic racial injustice and police brutality and Trump has been right there to criticize him heavily nearly every step of the way.

Trump also lit into Tester for his role in torpedoing Trump's nomination of Ronny Jackson to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Superville reported from Washington.

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