Donald Trump: the fate of democracy is at stake in 2020

Donald Trump: the fate of democracy is at stake in 2020


capping a day of wild swings in the
ongoing impeachment saga and the conflict in Syria President Donald Trump
told Texas supporters Thursday that next year’s election puts the survival of
American democracy itself at stake don’t kid yourself Trump said during a rowdy
rally while attacking his Democratic opponents they are destroying this
country but we will never let it happen Democrats say Trump risked impeachment
by abusing the power of his office and asking Ukraine to investigate of u.s.
election opponent former Vice President Joe Biden as at other recent political
rallies Trump responded by questioning his opponents patriotism in front of
adoring supporters in a Republican friendly state the president peppered
his speech with bracing claims that Democrats leftists socialists and
globalist are trying to overthrow the results of the 2016 election he called
them crazy and sick and said he doesn’t believe they love their country
Democrats said Trump’s recent harsh rhetoric reflects another in-motion fear
the fact that he feels the need to do a rally in Texas suggests to me that he
knows that is going to be impeached in the house said Democratic strategist Jim
Mele and so he has to throw all this red-hot rhetoric to his face to help
build up a firewall in the Senate he added to me it’s a sign of weakness that
pro sports arena in Dallas where Trump rallied was nearly full but not totally
Trump delayed a speech by some 40 minutes as fans filled in what had been
empty upper decks behind the stage will be out shortly as we wait for more of
you to getting he tweeted about 20 minutes after his remarks were supposed
to have started earlier in the afternoon Trump hosted fundraisers in Fort Worth
and attended the ribbon-cutting of a new louis view tone factory before arriving
at the American Airlines Center in downtown Dallas as Trump trades through
Texas acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney held a rare news briefing
at the White House and said Trump held up financial aid to Ukraine a central
point in the Pietschmann investigation because of
concern about corruption and kim Mulvaney later rode back on an assertion
that Trump had wanted Ukraine officials to look into the 2016 election before
freeing the money Mulvaney also announced that Trump would
hosts next year’s g7 economic summit of his golf club in Miami critics called it
another example of Trump using his position to enrich himself vice
president Mike Pence meanwhile was in Turkey negotiating a ceasefire in the
Turkish invasion of Syria Turkey agreed to halt its military assault in Syria
for five days also during the Texas trip Trump announced that energy secretary
Rick Perry who is involved in the Ukraine investigation would be leaving
the cabinet by the end of the year Trump praised Perry during the rally in Dallas
and touted the ceasefire as a way to withdraw US troops from northern Syria
it was unconventional on what I did Trump said sometimes you have to let
them fight a little while then people find out how tough the fighting is it’s
like two kids you gotta let them fight and then you pull them apart while
attacking the impeachment inquiry Trump defended its July phone call with the
president of Ukraine by saying he only wanted to see an investigation of
corruption he accused Biden and his son hunter Biden over the latter’s business
interests in Ukraine and China though there is no evidence of wrongdoing the
Texas fans were in his aggressive a mood as Trump cheering as Trump assailed
crazy Nancy Pelosi the House Speaker who authorized the impeachment inquiry
Hillary Clinton whom he defeated in the 2016 election the Biden’s the fake news
media and critics in general outside as people lined up for the rally throughout
the day vendors Hawk t-shirts that included one with an image of Trump
urinating on a CNN logo another said roses are red violets are blue you’re a
liberal this for you next to an image of Trump giving the finger one seller used
a bullhorn to advertise that I’ve got the impeach Nancy Pelosi
inside the arena as Trump prepared the speech one supporter kept yelling fake
news at the denizens of the press pen Trump has been notably more aggressive
on the campaign trail since Democrats launched their impeachment inquiry
throwing around words like crazy and hateful to describe his opponents he is
also aggressively defending his decision to withdraw US troops from northern
Syria effectively allowing an invasion by Turkey that has caused much bloodshed
even normally supported Republicans like Senator Lindsey Graham are se criticized
Trump’s sudden decision and both houses of Congress are poised to pass
bipartisan resolutions condemning the move

1 Comment on "Donald Trump: the fate of democracy is at stake in 2020"


  1. Trump is the Picasso of pettiness and the Shakespeare of sh!t. I enjoy watching republicans turn on one another. They are only loyal while you play their game- step out of line and watch out- They turned on Nixon, both Bushs, Newt, Romney, McCain and Sarah Palin who and now Rick Perry and Mulvaney? And they will turn on Trump when it suits their survival. Trump is the kind of old man that while drowning in the pool will flail helplessly and pull down everyone trying to save him. And once the bodies of the attempted heros are stacked high enough in the pool he will crawl out of the pool on their lifeless bodies and walk away and never look back to those who helped.
    CURRENT NATIONAL DEBT: $22,842,749,110,170.59

    Your daily reminder that Donald Trump proves two things:

    1. The Tea Party never really cared about the national debt.

    2. Evangelicals never really cared about "morals or values."

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