Today was big day, nay, a monumental day in American history, and President Trump certainly wouldn’t miss an opportunity to discuss it.
As the Democrats pushed their wild UkraineGate conspiracy theory to the masses via public hearings, the President was “too busy” to catch even a minute of the action – at least according to him. Instead, he was busy hosting Turkey’s President Erdogan at the White House, and when the two appeared together late in the afternoon, the US Commander in Chief had some choice words for the entire undertaking.
President Trump tore into House Democrats’ ongoing impeachment inquiry Wednesday during a press conference with Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, decrying the hearsay-laden “witch hunt” and saying he hadn’t watched that day’s public hearing “for one minute.”
“This is a sham, and shouldn’t be allowed — it was a situation that as caused by people who couldn’t have allowed it to happen. I want to find out who’s the whistleblower,” the president said, claiming that the whistleblower behind the impeachment inquiry has made provably inaccurate statements.
Then Trump went further, promising even more transparency from the White House on the matter.
“I’m going to be releasing, I think on Thursday, [another] transcript, which actually was the first of the two [phone calls with Ukraine’s leader],” he said.
This won’t likely satisfy the Democrats, who are now far too removed from reality to be re-tethered anytime soon.
Public impeachment hearings will be continuing over the course of the next few weeks, giving the President plenty of opportunities to further rebuke the flawed process being undertaken by the Democratic Party.