The Commander-in-Tweet posted a series of tweets Tuesday morning about the economy, the “radical left,” and Democratic leaders.
“Everything we’re seeing from Speaker Pelosi and Senator Schumer suggests that they’re in real doubt about the evidence they’ve brought forth so far not being good enough, and are very, very urgently seeking a way to find some more evidence,” Trump began.
“The only way to make this work is to… mount some kind of public pressure to demand witnesses, but McConnell has the votes and he can run this trial anyway he wants to,” he added.
Later, Trump took time out of his winter break in South Florida to tout the USMCA Trade Deal, and to praise Fox News personality Griff Jenkins for saying the president’s policies have “put our economy on a trajectory it has never been on before.”
Trump wrapped the tweetstorm on Tuesday evening by retweeting the White House’s Merry Christmas greeting. Here is how it went down: