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Trump Derangement Syndrome is alive and well.
On Friday, Ambassador to the European Union Gordan Sondland, a witness in the hoax impeachment, announced that he was being removed from his post by the White House.
Liberals immediately began whining on Twitter. Radical Trump haters want him impeached yet again for firing Sondland.
Guess what, snowflakes: When you serve at the pleasure of the President, you can be fired at the displeasure of the president.
Trump has long wanted to fire Sondland, but has displayed great restraint and refused to do so during the impeachment process.
The Washington Post reports:
Sondland, who donated $1 million to Trump’s inaugural committee, fell out of favor with the president after his testimony in November alleging that the president pursued an improper “quid pro quo” tying military aid for Ukraine to political investigations. Trump has long wanted to remove Sondland but was counseled against doing so during the impeachment process, according to officials who, like others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal administration deliberations.
Trump’s push to remove Sondland and Vindman — and to exact punishment on other figures involved in the nearly five-month impeachment process — underscored how his fixation with settling scores is outweighing any effort to move on to less divisive issues in the wake of his acquittal.
Vindman’s twin brother, Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman, was also removed from his job at the National Security Council, where he worked as a lawyer, and was escorted off the grounds Friday afternoon.
The firings of Sondland and Alexander Vindman amounted to a post-impeachment bloodletting of key figures who complied with congressional subpoenas and testified in a process that Trump sought to delegitimize as a “hoax” and a “witch hunt.”
“I’m not happy with him,” Trump said earlier Friday when asked about Vindman’s future. “You think I’m supposed to be happy with him? I’m not.”
There was little resistance from within the Republican Party to the idea of punishing Vindman, a Purple Heart recipient and Ukraine expert, after The Washington Post reported Thursday night that he could soon be removed from his White House job. Some GOP lawmakers egged the president on — a sign of how much Trump has asserted his influence on the party.
Many lawmakers appeared to take it as a given that a president who fired an FBI director during a federal investigation into his campaign and who attacked the religious sincerity of his perceived enemies during a prayer breakfast this week would set out for revenge in the wake of an effort to end his presidency.
“I think the president’s entitled to have whoever he wants on the NSC,” said Rep. Paul Mitchell (R-Mich.). “It’s not like they’re being put on the street, they’ll go back to — in Vindman’s case, he goes back to the Pentagon.”
Republicans understand that Trump can't accomplish the will of the American people if he's surrounded by backstabbers and Never Trumpers.
But it doesn't matter to Trump haters, who are losing their minds at the President's every move.
Liberals know that they have a very low chance of winning the 2020 presidential election.
If Crazy Bernie, Mayor Cheat, and Sleepy Joe are the best that the Democrat party can do, then no wonder they're desperate to tear down the president at all costs.
Democrats are obsessed with impeaching Trump because they realize they can't win at the ballot box.
They will spin anything that Trump does to be an "impeachable offense."
In this case, it just so happens to be Sondland's firing.