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In a recent interview, with Reuters, President Trump said he’s not worried about impeachment charges because “the people would revolt.”
And I will come right out and say it: he’s right.
There would be riots in the streets if the Democrats tried to impeach Donald Trump.
Mueller has had two years to look under every stone out there, and he can’t find so much as a parking ticket against our wonderful President Trump.
The People’s President!
The only President from OUTSIDE the D.C. swamp.
The only President they can’t control.
And they hate him for it.
He doesn’t need their money.
He doesn’t answer to anyone…..except the American people!
And we’re damn sure not gonna let them bring fake charges against him!
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Here's more, from our friends over at Breitbart:
President Donald Trump dismissed the notion that Democrats would try to impeach him, asserting that his supporters would revolt.
“I’m not concerned, no. I think that the people would revolt if that happened,” he said in an interview with Reuters on Tuesday when asked about the possibility of impeachment.
Trump did not appear worried, despite the ongoing Russia investigation and criminal charges against his private lawyer Michael Cohen.
“It’s hard to impeach somebody who hasn’t done anything wrong and who’s created the greatest economy in the history of our country,” Trump said.
The president dismissed federal prosecutors who said that he violated campaign finance laws after his private lawyer Michael Cohen facilitated deals with two women who claimed an affair with him prior to the presidential campaign.
Trump suggested that Cohen was to blame if there was a violation of campaign finance laws.
“Michael Cohen is a lawyer. I assume he would know what he’s doing,” Trump said.
He cited his current lawyers who argued that he was not breaking the law.
“Number one, it wasn’t a campaign contribution. If it were, it’s only civil, and even if it’s only civil, there was no violation based on what we did. OK?” he said.
And from Reuters:
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he was not concerned that he could be impeached and that hush payments made ahead of the 2016 election by his former personal attorney Michael Cohen to two women did not violate campaign finance laws.U.S. President Donald Trump sits for an exclusive interview with Reuters journalists in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S. December 11, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
“It’s hard to impeach somebody who hasn’t done anything wrong and who’s created the greatest economy in the history of our country,” Trump told Reuters in an Oval Office interview.
“I’m not concerned, no. I think that the people would revolt if that happened,” he said.
Federal prosecutors in New York said last week that Trump directed Cohen to make six-figure payments to two women so they would not discuss their alleged affairs with the candidate ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
They said the payments violated laws that stipulate that campaign contributions, defined as things of value given to a campaign to influence an election, must be disclosed, and limited to $2,700 per person.
Democrats said such a campaign law violation would be an impeachable offense, although senior party leaders in Congress have questioned whether it is a serious enough crime to warrant politically charged impeachment proceedings.
Impeachment requires a simple majority to pass the House of Representatives, where Democrats will take control in January. But removal of the president from office further requires a two-thirds majority in the Senate, where Trump’s fellow Republicans hold sway.
Cohen is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday in New York for his role in the payments to the two women - adult film actress Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal. Trump has denied having affairs with them.
Earlier this year, Trump acknowledged repaying Cohen for $130,000 paid to Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford. He previously disputed knowing anything about the payments.
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