Trump's enraged Twitter rant against impeachment shows how deeply Pelosi got under his skin

Trump's enraged Twitter rant against impeachment shows how deeply Pelosi got under his skin
Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead

With news breaking that Democratic legislators are pursuing an impeachment inquiry into at least one of the myriad impeachable offenses that this current president has committed, the world wondered and waited for the Orange One to climb on his social media bully pulpit. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi had not yet finished making this announcement official when the white supremacist-in-chief grabbed his phone and started tapping.


You can read about Trump’s “important” appearance at the U.N. here.

Can you believe it? Actually, a ton of people could believe it.

They probably haven’t seen the “transcript” because Stephen Miller hasn’t finished imagineering it.

Even his simplest tweets are psychological projection. Maybe Melania Trump can take time away from not doing anything about the right’s digital bullying of Greta Thunberg to help Donald weather the slings and arrows of this outrageous fortune! Rudy Giuliani sure can’t help him after that Ukraine-sized bus ran him over earlier today.

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