President Trump was up early this Saturday morning and was transparently tweeting about the current Democratic narrative to impeach Trump.
Currently, the Democrats are stepping up their plans to take down the President of the United States just in time for the 2020 elections. (More below.)
Expect the attacks against the President to increase as the 2020 election draws closer. This time it’s campaign violations.
In the year 2008, Barrack Hussein Obama’s campaign was fined 375,000.00 dollars “by the Federal Election Commission for campaign reporting violations — one of the largest fees ever levied against a presidential campaign,” as reported by Politico.
However, President Trump did not make campaign violations.
The current smear stems from a National Inquirer piece that states that Michael Cohen was jailed on a “pair of campaign finance violations stemming from hush money payments which prosecutors in the Southern District of New York allege Trump directed his ex-fixer to make to a former porn star,” Politico reported.
President Trump tweeted, “Many people currently a part of my opposition, including President Obama & the Dems, have had campaign violations, in some cases for very large sums of money. These are civil cases. They paid a fine & settled. While no big deal, I did not commit a campaign violation!” (More below.)
“I did not commit a campaign violation.” – President Trump
The Democrats are going to pull out all of the stops. They will try everything in their power to impeach our duly elected President. Completely disregarding the will of the people.
The question is…are you strong enough to stand against the fake media narrative and stand strong for President Trump as he undergoes the media attacks?
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See tweet below:
Many people currently a part of my opposition, including President Obama & the Dems, have had campaign violations, in some cases for very large sums of money. These are civil cases. They paid a fine & settled. While no big deal, I did not commit a campaign violation!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 5, 2019