President Impeached has tweeted 6 times and retweeted once so far for Valentine’s Day Friday.
On Thursday following the attacks of a private American Citizen, who had the nerve to find Roger Stone guilty as charged and bashing his former Chief of Staff John Kelly, he tweeted one more time, followed by a retweet from the Daily Caller.
I’m seeing Governor Cuomo today at The White House. He must understand that National Security far exceeds politics. New York must stop all of its unnecessary lawsuits & harrassment, start cleaning itself up, and lowering taxes. Build relationships, but don’t bring Fredo!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 13, 2020
“New York must stop all of its unnecessary lawsuits & harrassment [harassment]…”
Trump abused his power to coerce Ukraine into announcing investigations for his personal benefit by freezing military aid.— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 13, 2020
Now, he's using his powers to coerce states to stop investigations into him and his businesses.
Different corrupt purpose, same corrupt President. https://t.co/4pBqY8gAnI
“The President has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case.” A.G. Barr This doesn’t mean that I do not have, as President, the legal right to do so, I do, but I have so far chosen not to!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 14, 2020
Attorney General William Barr on Thursday was interviewed by ABC News. The interview was the first since President Impeached blasted the Department of Justice for recommending that friend and ally Roger Stone get seven to nine years in prison for criming and being found guilty of that criming.
In what most are calling a staged answer, Barr, lamented Impeached man’s tweets, saying he thinks it’s time President Impeached stopped tweeting about criminal cases.
EXCLUSIVE: “I think it’s time to stop the tweeting about Department of Justice criminal cases,” Attorney General Bill Barr tells @PierreTABC following Pres. Trump's tweets on Roger Stone sentencing. https://t.co/3bf9a2gGmC pic.twitter.com/CpFkZv9u71— ABC News (@ABC) February 14, 2020
There is always a tweet.
A.G. Lynch made law enforcement decisions for political purposes…gave Hillary Clinton a free pass and protection. Totally illegal!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 13, 2017
Name one thing.— D Villella ❄️ (@dvillella) February 14, 2020
I was very surprised & disappointed that Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia voted against me on the Democrat’s totally partisan Impeachment Hoax. No President has done more for the great people of West Virginia than me (Pensions), and that will….— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 14, 2020
….always continue. Every Republican Senator except Romney, many highly religious people, all very smart, voted against the Impeachment Hoax. @SenCapito was all in (a great person). I was told by many that Manchin was just a puppet for Schumer & Pelosi. That’s what he is!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 14, 2020
On Thursday President Impeached spoke with media friendly and sometimes Cult member Geraldo for his podcast, Roadkill.
Highlights via CNN Factchecker Daniel Dale.
Trump told Geraldo that Mitt Romney is "a jealous, angry person." He said that, if Romney's faith was actually a key factor in his vote to impeach Trump on one article of impeachment, "he should've voted on both, if you think about it." (?)— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 13, 2020
Trump said Romney should've easily won the 2012 race. He said he didn't think McCain should've won in 2008 because he inherited tough conditions from Bush and also: "The first African-American — the whole thing was really stacked against McCain."— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 13, 2020
Senator Mitt Romney’s full remarks regarding his yes vote on Article I of the Articles of Impeached.
FULL REMARKS — @SenatorRomney: "The grave question the Constitution tasks senators to answer is whether the president committed an act so extreme and egregious that it rises to the level of a high crime and misdemeanor. Yes, he did." pic.twitter.com/fbIhPG12IO— CSPAN (@cspan) February 5, 2020
Yeah, he sure sounded “jealous,” and “angry,” as he spoke about his faith and oath to the Constitution.
Other note worthy quotes from President Impeached to Geraldo.
Geraldo asked Trump why so many people are allowed to listen in to his calls with foreign leaders like Zelensky.— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 13, 2020
Trump: "I may end the practice entirely. I may end it entirely."
But but but he doesn’t think he’s King, and totally respects how our government is suppose to operate. #Winning.
The mystery of what Special Counsel Robert Mueller lied to Congress about during his testimony last year has been solved…wait for it…
Asked what Mueller lied to Congress about, Trump said it was the claim that he didn't seek the FBI director job when he met with Trump in May 2017. Trump said: "Now it's been proven that he did." It has not. Even Steve Bannon says Mueller was invited to offer wisdom on the job.— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 13, 2020
On Rudy Giuliani’s involvement in the Ukraine.
Trump on using Giuliani to deal with Ukraine: "Here's my choice: I deal with the Comeys of the world or I deal with Rudy…so when you tell me, why did I use Rudy?…He was the best prosecutor…and the best mayor…FDR had a lawyer who was totally involved with government…"— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 13, 2020
Trump says previous presidents also had lawyers who would "do things for them." He adds, "It's really circumventing — but very legally — and maybe getting things done faster." He adds that Giuliani is "working with the Justice Department, from what I understand."— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 13, 2020
O’Reilly to Trump in November: You didn’t direct Rudy to go to Ukraine on your behalf?— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 14, 2020
Trump: “No, I didn’t direct him.”
Geraldo to Trump today: Are you sorry you sent Rudy to Ukraine?
Trump: “No, not at all.”
Story from @MarshallCohen: https://t.co/09mVQ5Xv3r
‘I DIDN’T DIRECT HIM’: President Trump said in a new interview that he did not direct his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to do anything in Ukraine, and that you would “have to ask” Giuliani what he was doing on the president's behalf. @JonKarl reports. https://t.co/CCl0xJ2RqN pic.twitter.com/sOXlxjYoSy— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) November 27, 2019
95% Approval Rating in the Republican Party. Thank you!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 14, 2020
Trump is now close to 95% Republican approval in some polls (94% in Gallup); this still isn’t a record. (W. Bush hit 99% in 2001, H.W. Bush hit 97% in 1991.) He isn’t at 53% approval, though he’s up; 49% even in Rasmussen, 43.8% in the 538 average. pic.twitter.com/Q4KypQHOhC— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 10, 2020
It is happening again to Crazy Bernie, just like last time, only far more obvious. They are taking the Democrat Nomination away from him, and there’s very little he can do. A Rigged System!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 14, 2020
In order to secure the Democratic nomination for President, the candidate must secure 1,990 delegates. At the moment following the Iowa Caucuses and the New Hampshire Primary, Pete Buttigieg has 22 earned delegates. Bernie Sanders has 21. (The New York Times.) But, yeah, it’s totally obvious that the DNC is tying to deny Sanders the nomination. 🙄
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
HAPPY SINGLES DAY!
Meh. Hearts and Candies…
We might try updating today.