“You have developed a full-fledged case of what many in the media call Trump Derangement Syndrome and sadly, you will never get over it!”
President Donald Trump details his successes and the failures of the Democrats while they obsess over impeachment in a letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
Trump, who obviously wrote the letter and not a staffer, even told Pelosi those accused of witchcraft at the Salem Witch Trials received more due process than him.
Trump also reminded Pelosi of the transcript of his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky did not contain any threats or bullying while Zelensky has denied any pressure from the Trump administration.
After he points out the flaws in the articles of impeachment, Trump lashes out at the Democrats’ desire to get rid of him from day one and flaunts his success.
Trump lashed out at Pelosi’s “false display of solemnity,” calling it “insulting” to the American people:
No intelligent person believes what you are saying. Since the moment I won the election, the Democrat Party has been possessed by Impeachment Fever. There is no reticence. This is not a somber affair. You are making a mockery of impeachment and you are scarcely concealing your hatred of me, of the Republican Party, and tens of millions of patriotic Americans. The voters are wise, and they are seeing straight through this empty, hollow, and dangerous game you are playing.
Trump claimed that Pelosi and the Democrats have violated their “oaths of office,” broke their “allegiance to the Constitution,” and declared “open war on American Democracy” with their impeachment crusade:
You dare to invoke the Founding fathers in pursuit of this election-nullification scheme-yet your spiteful actions display unfettered contempt for America’s founding and your egregious conduct threatens to destroy that which our Founders pledged their very lives to build. Even worse than offending the Founding Fathers, you are offending Americans of faith by continually saying “I pray for the President,” when you know this statement is not true unless it is meant in a negative sense. It is a terrible thing you are doing, but you will have to live with it, not I!”
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