Trump flings profanity in impeachment acquittal 'victory' speech
Since the arrival of Donald Trump in the White House, Washington has toughened sanctions against Cuba, accusing it of aiding and abetting President Nicolas Maduro's government in Venezuela (AFP Photo/Brendan Smialowski)

In a post-acquittal speech Thursday, Trump went off on a rant about several things, including calling the impeachment "evil, corrupt, witch hunt, leakers, liars, disgrace, disaster, dirty cops, bad people." Then he proclaimed it was all bullsh*t, to uncomfortable laughter from the crowd.


Trump went on to claim that if former FBI Director James Comey was still heading up the FBI then he likely would have been out of office by now.

He went on to say that he did nothing wrong and that's why he was acquitted. It flies in the face of Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), who said that Trump understood that he did something wrong and he had learned his lesson.

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