Trump Tweets Happy President’s Day for Monday’s Open Thread

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President Impeached has tweeted 2 times and retweeted 6 times, so far for Monday.

I have found one other time that Congress voted on an Impeachment resolution regarding President Impeached.

In Summer of 2019, when President Impeached issued what some deemed racist comments regarding four minority freshman Democratic Congresswomen, Rep. Al Green (D-TX), filed articles of Impeachment.

The Washington Post reported at the time that Green explained from the House floor, that “Donald John Trump has, by his statements, brought the high office of the President of the United States in contempt, ridicule, disgrace and disrepute, has sown discord among the people of the United States, has demonstrated that he is unfit to be President, and has betrayed his trust as President of the United States to the manifest injury of the people of the United States, and has committed a high misdemeanor in office.”

I found two other times Green called for the Impeachment of President Impeached.

May 2017.

October 2017.

Saturday and Sunday President Impeached tweeted and retweeted a total of 48 times according to the Trump Twitter Archive. In the overall grand scheme of Trump Tweets, that’s a pretty slow weekend.

Note Worthy Tweets.


President Impeached weighed-in on the Department of Justice’s decision not to pursue criminal charges against former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Authotized =’s Authorized.

The IG report on McCabe was issued in February of 2018 and focused on two media disclosures. The IG was trying to determine at the time if the “leaks,” to the media regarding Hillary Clinton’s emails and the public announcement of an investigation into the Clinton Foundation, were authorized or unauthorized media disclosures. According to the IG, McCabe lied under oath three times, and mislead his boss then-FBI Director James Comey.

The DOJ explains in the one-page letter issued on Friday that “based on the totality of the circumstances and all information known to the Government at this time, we consider the matter closed.”

The Washington Post was the first to report that the DOJ would not seek criminal charges against McCabe.

As to McCabe’s personal interests, the Impeached President is referring to, I got nothing. I’m not sure how announcing right before the election in October of 2016, that Hillary Clinton was under two investigations would help McCabe.

After issuing the McCabe tweet, President Impeached reminded us, that he would be at the Daytona 500 on Sunday.


He’s very proud of his appearance at the Daytona 500, which was delayed due to rain until Monday afternoon. They did manage to complete 19 laps of the first official race of the NASCAR season. Monday all of his retweets focused on his Daytona 500 appearance.

From Sunday.

For What It’s Worth.

but wait there is more…

The photo is still there as of this morning CA time.

On Sunday he also responded to media reports about a portion of the Wall that fell over, calling the reports “fake news,” surprising no one.

CNN reported in late January that newly installed panels of the border wall fell over due to high winds.

Customs and Border Protection Agent Carlos Pitones told CNN that the panels that gave way in El Centro, California, had been recently installed and the concrete was not cured making the panels unable to withstand windy conditions.

NBC News reported at the time the panels fell toward the Mexican side of the El Centro border. Ralph DeSio a U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesman told NBC News, that “High winds had impacted a handful of panels under construction yesterday afternoon.”

They go on to explain that the damaged panels had been replaced a day after they were knocked down.

For what it’s worth, all articles I have found regarding the wall and wind, are dated over three weeks ago, not “last week.”

Updating the post might occur…

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