During a CNN election special, conservative commentator Amanda Carpenter said that President Donald Trump should be thankful that there are still Black Republicans on Tuesday.
After the midterm elections, Trump dissed Republicans who chose not be endorsed by him.
“Carlos Curbelo, Mike Coffman. Too bad, Mike,” Trump said. “And Barbara Comstock was another. I think that she could’ve won that race, but she did not want to have an embrace … Mia Love gave me no love and she lost — too bad, sorry about that, Mia,” Trump said.
“Donald Trump, the day after the election was essentially scolding Republicans who did not get in line. He danced on the grave of Mia Love, and her race has not been called,” Carpenter said. “By the way, she’s a lovely person. She is a black Republican woman. He should be thanking her for being Republican in this party today.”
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Trump Twitter rages against impeachment testimony: ‘Star witnesses unable to answer the question!’
President Donald Trump tweeted out a reaction to Day One of the impeachment hearings he claimed he hadn't watched.
The president insisted Wednesday afternoon, during a meeting with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdo?an, that he hadn't watched "one minute" of the first public testimony, by two State Department witnesses -- but he reacted the following day on Twitter.
"(Rep. John Ratcliffe) asked the two 'star' witnesses, 'where is the impeachable event in that call?'" Trump tweeted. "Both stared straight ahead with a blank look on their face, remained silent, & were unable to answer the question. That would be the end of a case run by normal people! - but not Shifty!"
GOP’s ‘chaotic’ first day fighting impeachment revealed they’re overwhelmed by evidence against Trump: Ex-prosecutor
The House Republican strategy for the first day of public impeachment hearings showed they knew Democrats were playing a strong hand, and they didn't.
Former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti, writing for Politico, explained how GOP lawmakers tried to confuse jurors -- in this case, the public and their counterparts in the Senate -- by talking about Hunter Biden or Javelin missiles because they wanted to distract from the strong evidence tying President Donald Trump to an extortion scheme.
Trump’s latest and most ludicrous con job
Donald Trump is con artist in chief of the United States. His many apparent and impeachable crimes, such as the Ukraine scandal, collusion with Russia and violations of the Emoluments Clause, flow from that fact. Of course, Trump’s long con involves millions and perhaps even billions of dollars. But Trump’s big score, his ultimate goal, is permanent control of the presidency of the United States and the power for him and his family and allies to engage in legal theft indefinitely.
This article first appeared on Salon.