After the House of Representatives voted to remove President Donald Trump, he turned to his favorite social media platform, Twitter, to remedy the situation. Here’s what he had to say!
Trump posted a photo and an attached message, suggesting that the opposition is “after” the people of the country trying to bring them down.
As you may know, this comes after the House of Representatives surprisingly approved an article for abuse of power as well as a second for obstruction of Congress.
Put simply, Trump is accused of betraying the United States for his own benefits.
Regardless of that, the former reality star and businessman wrote, “In reality, they’re not looking for me. They’re looking for you. I’m just on the way. “
The forceful claim was accompanied by a photo of him pointing his finger at the camera.
Additionally, at a campaign rally in Battle Creek, Michigan, Trump told his supporters that he had no concerns about his indictment.
“I don’t know about you, but I’m having a good time. I’m not worried, “said several media sources, he said.
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 19, 2019
And that’s not all! In a clip obtained by NBC, he again seemed indifferent, saying that the Senate would ultimately do the “right thing”.
“We had 198 against 229. We did not lose a Republican vote and 3 Democrats voted for us. The Republican Party has never been so offended, but they have never been as united as they are now … I know the senators, and they are great guys and women too. We have great women, we have great guys. They love this country. They will do the right thing. “