The nation’s capital is buzzing this week after a surprise press conference by Robert Mueller.
Well, not everyone is “buzzing”. President Trump, for instance, is fuming.
That’s because the mainstream media and their democratic cohorts have been parsing every single word spoken by Mueller in an attempt to delegitimize the office held by Trump. The imbued meanings of Mueller’s words have been undeniably weaponized, and a new glut of congressional lawmakers have pounced on the opportunity to renew calls for the impeachment of President Trump.
Now, the Commander in Chief is striking back.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday rejected talk among Democrats about the possibility of launching an impeachment inquiry against him in the aftermath of the Russia probe, saying he did nothing to merit such an outcome.Trending:
Asked if he expected to be impeached, Trump said: “I don’t see how … It’s a dirty, filthy, disgusting word … It’s a giant presidential harassment.”
The President continued…
He cited the U.S. Constitution’s language that a president can be charged with “high crimes and misdemeanors.”
“There was no crime. There was no misdemeanor,” he said.
Trump has long touted the fact that Robert Mueller’s reticence to charge him with a crime is an indication of the flimsy nature of these accusations.