As the public impeachment proceedings play out, President Trump is under attack from Democrats like never before. The reality here is that the left has absolutely no defenses left; they’ve been trying to remove the president from office since he arrived and this sham of an inquiry is their last shot before 2020.
In the wake of the treasonous impeachment inquiry, Trump is exercising his First Amendment rights and vocalizing his take on what’s currently happening in this country. On Friday, the president tweeted out censure of former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
As seen in the above tweet, Trump called out Yovanovitch’s poor job as the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine; the president also contrasted that with the unique strides he’s made in office, despite the antics from do-nothing Democrats.
For some unknown reason, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took issue with what Trump had to say about Yovanovitch. As a matter of fact, Pelosi saw Trump’s statements as such an affront that she branded the president as an “imposter” during a CBS News interview, per reports from Breitbart News.
Reviewing Pelosi’s Latest Attacks Against Trump
During the House Speaker’s interview, she declared that President Trump “knows [Yovanovitch’s] strength” and felt compelled to “undermine” her.
Pelosi also censured the timing of the president’s criticism, noting that it came as Yovanovitch provided congressional testimony during the impeachment proceedings. When speaking with CBS, the Speaker didn’t provide any evidence to support claims of Trump’s interest in “undermining” the supposed “strength” of Yovanovitch.
However, the lack of factual evidence didn’t stop Pelosi from proceeding with additional attacks against the president. The House Speaker claimed that Trump is an “imposter” who is “in that office way over his head.” Pelosi also expressed the belief that the president feels compelled to “diminish” those around him.
Debunking Pelosi’s Claims About Trump and Yovanovitch
Pelosi’s assertion that the president is somehow an “imposter” simply doesn’t hold water. The American people elected Trump to serve as the 45th president of the United States; in no way does that equate to Trump being an imposter.
Additional claims that the president is over his head also don’t add up; the robust economy, record unemployment lows, progress on criminal justice reform, etc. state otherwise.
The House Speaker declared that Yovanovitch is this strong figure whom the president fears, but Yovanovitch’s time as the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine didn’t really yield the best results. Attacking Trump in this manner is simply poor form on Pelosi’s end and only signifies the continued decline of the Democrat Party.
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