Trump: On impeachment after Senate acquittal: ‘It was a disgrace’

WIKI DAILY__ President Trump given a warm greeting greeted by his supporters, the president triumphantly declared “we went through hell” but described the moment as a “celebration” __ maintaining as he did throughout the impeachment inquiry and trial that he “did nothing wrong.”


Same time he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi were trading shots in deeply personal terms, Trump fired those who prosecuted the case and other investigations against him. He called Pelosi and Adam Schiff “horrible” and “vicious” people.

“It was evil and corrupt. This should never, ever happen to another president, ever,” Trump said. “It was a disgrace.”



And as he did earlier Thursday at a prayer breakfast, Trump brandished a copy of the day’s Washington Post with a blaring headline: “Trump acquitted.”

“We can take that home, honey. Maybe we’ll frame it,” he joked to first lady Melania Trump, saying that it was the “best” headline he’s ever received from the outlet.


He then went ahead and told House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy he’ll someday be speaker of the House.

The president went on to thank a number of House lawmakers, including Reps.


Also during another moment, the president joked with Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, touting his “incredible” voice, saying he has one “that scares people.”

And in a quick moment, he also called out Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, an adviser to his impeachment legal team, on his physique.

Trump then moved to thank House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., who he said has become even more “handsome” since he was shot at a congressional baseball practice in 2017.


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