Friday, October 11, 2019
The appearance in Minnesota was the first since the democrats Trump want to relieve the office.
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Rhetorical failures are commonplace among US President Trump. In his first campaign appearance, since the Democrats seek his impeachment, he reaches into the bottom drawer. His goals include Democrat frontwoman Pelosi and presidential candidate Biden.
US President Donald Trump has denounced the Democrats for their investigation into possible impeachment proceedings against him. "We're dealing with some really sick and disturbed people," Trump said in Minnesota on his first campaign appearance ever since the Democrats launched an impeachment trial for the so-called Ukraine Affair preparations. The Democrats are "crazy", "malicious" and "devilish." "The Democrats are on a crusade to destroy our democracy," said Trump. "We will never allow that, we will defeat them." The Democrats would get the receipt for their attempt to overthrow the government at the next presidential election in 2020. What they were doing was nothing but a "witch hunt" and "sabotage." About the Democratic frontwoman, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Trump said she was either "really stupid," "not quite right" or dishonest. The president once again personally attacked other Democrats – such as Congressman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and his potential challenger in the 2020 election, ex-Vice President Joe Biden, and his son Hunter. Allegations of No Evidence Trump is accused of abusing the power of his office have a foreign government interfere in his favor in the election campaign. Trump had encouraged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selenskyj in a telephone conversation to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden. According to the Democrats, Trump temporarily used blocked military aid for Ukraine as a lever. They have therefore launched an investigation into possible impeachment proceedings against Trump. The President in turn accuses Hunter Biden of being unfairly enriched by doing business in Ukraine. Joe Biden accused him of having used his former office as Vice President to protect his son from criminal investigations in Ukraine. There is no evidence for these allegations.