Trump has been rage tweeting for a couple of days now. It's only going to get more outrageous, yet hilarious, in the next 24 hours. Trending on Twitter:
#Article2 (Why? Keep reading.)
Don't expect anything crazy tomorrow from Mueller. He states he's sticking to the report - which is perfect. One staunch Republican (Justin Amash) admitted to reading every word and he immediately called for impeachment proceedings, then resigned from the Republican party. After tomorrow, none of them will be able to deny the truth or deny that trump is more than likely an illegitimate president thanks to Russia and if he wins in 2020, because of Mitch McConnell.
I also think William Barr will be outed as having blatantly lied to Congress and the American people, though Mueller is the consummate professional so my guess is he will be delicate on how he handles this little nugget.
Today, to a group of young people, Trump falsely claimed: "Then I have an Article 2, where I have the right to do whatever I want as president." (Article 2 does not, in fact, empower a president to do whatever they want.)
Article 2 grants executive power, describes Congressional oversight responsibilities, and details how the president can be removed via impeachment. Section 4 is particular interesting. Do you think he read that far?
Article 2, section 4:
“The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
So we can add today to Trump's overall tally of almost 11,000 lies since he has taken office.
Since I began writing this 35 minutes ago, trump has tweeted five more times. It's almost as funny/sad as the white-knuckled (pun intended) Trump supporters doing their best to show scorn for #TheSquad. I wonder if they are as afraid of those four amazing women as trump is. I'm guessing yes.