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Choke on it, Traitor Trump.

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With just a week left in his term, President Donald Trump watched on television as he made history becoming the first president to be impeached twice, sources told ABC News. Sources close to Trump say he grew "angry" as he watched some Republicans admit his culpability in the violence at the Capitol, following his previous impeachment when Republicans backed him unequivocally and stated there was no wrongdoing on his part whatsoever. 

In a video statement issued following the vote, Trump made no mention of impeachment, but did condemn last week's violence in his most forceful words yet. He did not take responsibility for his role in the events, but the video comes as the president's lawyers have advised he could face legal jeopardy for encouraging his supporters to storm the Capitol.

 Sources also describe Trump as "anxious" about his life post-White House as he's watched multiple partners sever ties with the Trump Organization and Republican loyalists outright condemn his conduct. 

Despite 10 Republicans voting in favor of impeachment and growing calls for his resignation, Trump has insisted to a small group of top aides he has no plans to resign, sources familiar with the conversations told ABC News. This week, top aides met with Trump to discuss his options going forward. Among those options was what a potential resignation would look like. The president asked questions about the process, but ultimately said such an option was a nonstarter, in part because he doesn't trust that Vice President Mike Pence will grant him a pardon.

 He also asked about how a Senate trial would look this time around. As he did during his first impeachment, he raised the idea of testifying himself, which aides dissuaded him from pursuing.

 Rudy Giuliani -- who has been a frequent presence in the West Wing -- is expected to take the lead in Trump's defense, sources told ABC News. He'll likely be joined by former Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz, who gave a presentation during the last impeachment trial. Lawyer John Eastman is also expected to join Trump's defense team.

 Eastman, whose extremist positions have troubled some members of the president's legal team recently, represented the president in the lawsuit led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that was ultimately denied by the Supreme Court and has previously pushed a racist conspiracy theory about Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.


Trump angrily watched impeachment while asking about path forward: Sources (msn.com)
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Isabel » 13 Jan 2021, 10:41 pm » wrote: Choke on it, Traitor Trump.

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With just a week left in his term, President Donald Trump watched on television as he made history becoming the first president to be impeached twice, sources told ABC News. Sources close to Trump say he grew "angry" as he watched some Republicans admit his culpability in the violence at the Capitol, following his previous impeachment when Republicans backed him unequivocally and stated there was no wrongdoing on his part whatsoever. 

In a video statement issued following the vote, Trump made no mention of impeachment, but did condemn last week's violence in his most forceful words yet. He did not take responsibility for his role in the events, but the video comes as the president's lawyers have advised he could face legal jeopardy for encouraging his supporters to storm the Capitol.

 Sources also describe Trump as "anxious" about his life post-White House as he's watched multiple partners sever ties with the Trump Organization and Republican loyalists outright condemn his conduct. 

Despite 10 Republicans voting in favor of impeachment and growing calls for his resignation, Trump has insisted to a small group of top aides he has no plans to resign, sources familiar with the conversations told ABC News. This week, top aides met with Trump to discuss his options going forward. Among those options was what a potential resignation would look like. The president asked questions about the process, but ultimately said such an option was a nonstarter, in part because he doesn't trust that Vice President Mike Pence will grant him a pardon.

 He also asked about how a Senate trial would look this time around. As he did during his first impeachment, he raised the idea of testifying himself, which aides dissuaded him from pursuing.

 Rudy Giuliani -- who has been a frequent presence in the West Wing -- is expected to take the lead in Trump's defense, sources told ABC News. He'll likely be joined by former Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz, who gave a presentation during the last impeachment trial. Lawyer John Eastman is also expected to join Trump's defense team.

 Eastman, whose extremist positions have troubled some members of the president's legal team recently, represented the president in the lawsuit led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that was ultimately denied by the Supreme Court and has previously pushed a racist conspiracy theory about Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.


Trump angrily watched impeachment while asking about path forward: Sources (msn.com)
when one is framed for something one didn't do, they won't be happy about lynch mob mentality out to destroy his future from now on. Oh and anyone that supported him the last 4 years will be under attack.

sour winner, like they knew they cheated to have the win.

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Charge: Trump incited the riots on capital hill.
Proof: Because the Trump haters in congress said so.

That's all, folks!

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Vegas » 13 Jan 2021, 11:35 pm » wrote: Charge: Trump incited the riots on capital hill.
Proof: Because the Trump haters in congress said so.

That's all, folks!
He poured the gasoline and lit the match.
 

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Misty » 14 Jan 2021, 12:05 am » wrote: He poured the gasoline and lit the match.
 
Inaccurate but in reality as long as people believe it its social fact.

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Isabel » 13 Jan 2021, 10:41 pm » wrote:
Trump Angrily Watched Impeachment

Choke on it, Traitor Trump.
 
ImageNahhhhhhhh.....he's a "pro", now, and doesn't choke, anymore.
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Who let the dogs out?

https://youtu.be/Qkuu0Lwb5EM
 
 

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Misty » 14 Jan 2021, 12:05 am » wrote: He poured the gasoline and lit the match.
Is that what the witnesses said at the impeachment hearing?

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Misty » 14 Jan 2021, 12:05 am » wrote: He poured the gasoline and lit the match.

According to the NYTs timeline I posted to yesterday that was almost impossible.  The breach started while he was still speaking.  The people doing it had been at the capital for hours.  When it started Trump was still speaking and hadn't even gotten to the words you claimed was inciting violence.  

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Vegas » 13 Jan 2021, 11:35 pm » wrote: Charge: Trump incited the riots on capital hill.
Proof: Because the Trump haters in congress said so.

That's all, folks!
Why did Elaine Chao and Betsy DeVos resign?
 
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Huey » 14 Jan 2021, 9:52 am » wrote: According to the NYTs timeline I posted to yesterday that was almost impossible.  The breach started while he was still speaking.  The people doing it had been at the capital for hours.  When it started Trump was still speaking and hadn't even gotten to the words you claimed was inciting violence.
Unbelievable...

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Blackvegetable » 14 Jan 2021, 9:54 am » wrote: Why did Elaine Chao and Betsy DeVos resign?
Less than 2 weeks left in the administration, perhaps they had better things to do and decided leaving now would score them some forgiveness from the cancel culture?
 

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Neo » 14 Jan 2021, 9:56 am » wrote: Less than 2 weeks left in the administration, perhaps they had better things to do and decided leaving now would score them some forgiveness from the cancel culture?
We don't need to speculate...

What did they say?

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Huey » 14 Jan 2021, 9:52 am » wrote: According to the NYTs timeline I posted to yesterday that was almost impossible.  The breach started while he was still speaking.  The people doing it had been at the capital for hours.  When it started Trump was still speaking and hadn't even gotten to the words you claimed was inciting violence.  

Know what this event resembles, Japan's attack on pearl harbor hitting 5 mintues off schedule and in shame Japan's forces didn't launch a second attack that would have destroyed the pacific fleet completely and that same fleet would have attacked the west coast with little resistance. Major psychological victory had that took place, but it didn't because Japanese pride saved America from itself at that time progressives had about destroyed the constitution with FDR.

the left screwed up their cordinated theater of framing Trump people. ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha this is why the mad dash for impeachment has never Trumpers swinging against Trump. they cheated to win the election by hook and crook and Karma is bringing it back at them.

Isn't eternity a wonderful thing in plain sight.
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Blackvegetable » 14 Jan 2021, 9:55 am » wrote:
Huey » 14 Jan 2021, 9:52 am » wrote: According to the NYTs timeline I posted to yesterday that was almost impossible.  The breach started while he was still speaking.  The people doing it had been at the capital for hours.  When it started Trump was still speaking and hadn't even gotten to the words you claimed was inciting violence.
Unbelievable...

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What is unbelievable?  



 

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Isabel » 13 Jan 2021, 10:41 pm » wrote: Choke on it, Traitor Trump.

...sources told ABC News..

Sources also describe...
 
Your moos sound a bit desperate... that's about as credible as your hysterical laughing at my imaginary tears..

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Huey » 14 Jan 2021, 10:05 am » wrote: What is unbelievable?
Because a "timeline analysis" in defense against a charge of Inciting Insurrection will not be given much attention.

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Blackvegetable » 14 Jan 2021, 10:08 am » wrote: Because a "timeline analysis" in defense against a charge of Inciting Insurrection will not be given much attention.

It should.  Particularly when the words that most of you claim was inciting violence were not said until AFTER the breach started.  

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Vegas » 13 Jan 2021, 11:35 pm » wrote: Charge: Trump incited the riots on capital hill.
Proof: Because the Trump haters in congress said so.

That's all, folks!
I watched the whole Ellipse event, from start to finish. Live streaming, with no commentary or media spin.

At no point did Trump incite anything.
If anyone incites, it’s the likes of Maxine Waters and AOC.  With impunity.

Evil times we are living in.

 

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