Trump Says the “Angry Majority” Supports Him in the Impeachment Fight

President Donald Trump told supporters in a sold-out arena in Tupelo, Mississippi on Friday that he was confident going against Democrats in their impeachment drive, as he believes an “angry majority” of American voters are going to support him.

Trump spoke to people in Tupelo, Mississippi where he aired his grievances about the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives’ unacceptable behavior and how they finally voted to lay out the rules for the inquiry into his phone call with Ukraine last summer.

“The American people are fed up with Democrat lies, hoaxes and extremism,” said Trump. The Democrats, he said, “have created an angry majority that will vote many do-nothing Democrats out of office in 2020.”

While polls show Americans divided on their thoughts about impeachment, Trump voiced confidence that he will be able to defeat any Democrat he has to go against in the 2020 presidential election.

“We’re kicking their ass,” the president said before he ridiculed Beto O’Rourke for abruptly dropping out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination on Friday.

“Beto, that poor bastard – poor, pathetic guy,” said Trump.

With it being no secret of how Trump feels about former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, the president then repeatedly dismissed Biden as being mentally deficient and said he is “dropping like a rock.”

Trump made it a point of defending himself against the Ukraine scandal, and called Biden and other crooked Dems out on the lies at the heart of the impeachment accusations against him.

“Now I’m an honest person anyway, but do you think when I’m making a call to a newly elected president of a country that I would say something improper when I know so many people are listening on the line?” said Trump.

Trump asked Republicans to rally around him for support to defeat the Democrats and their lies.

“Make no mistake, they are coming after the Republican Party and me because I’m fighting for you,” said the president.

The purpose of President Trump’s visit to Tupelo last week was to campaign for the state’s Republican candidate for governor Tate Reeves. Reeves is up against Democrat Jim Hood in a race in which officials declare as being extremely tight. Trump blasted Hood for his support of Hillary Clinton and Obama during his speech in Tupelo.

“All I know is he fought very hard to elect ‘crooked’ Hillary Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama,” said Trump, making sure to use emphasize the former president’s middle name. “Not the kind of guy we need here – not here in Mississippi.”

Some say that the election in Mississippi on Tuesday could be a political indicator or where America is right now politically.

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