White House Responds to Nadler’s Impeachment Deadline…

President Trump responds to today’s deadline set by House Democrats for the White House to say whether it would participate in the impeachment proceedings:

In summary:


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295 Responses to White House Responds to Nadler’s Impeachment Deadline…

  1. TRProst says:

    The fact that the HJC is writing articles of impeachment before any witnesses are called tells you all you need to know. So much for a presumption of innocence. This is an abuse of power to affect an election plain and simple. The GOP should make this their daily talking point.

    Liked by 7 people

    • gabytango says:

      Exactly, TR! What is the point of President Trump participating in this evil farce when Nadler is already proceeding with the articles of impeachment? These leftist loons have completely gone mad, but why do they think the rest of us have?

      Liked by 1 person

  2. 335blues says:

    The marxist democrat party is committed to destroying America using every method they can think of. They don’t care about anything else, they never have.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Dee Paul Deje says:

    That letter is one of the politest F-You’s I’ve ever read.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. dallasdan says:

    Knowing the time for brinkmanship has arrived, the President is saying, “Bring it!”

    The Dems are all-in supporting the impeachment gambit, having long passed the point of backing-down. The trial in the Senate will resemble a MMA/UFC cage fight with Roberts in a position to influence the result.

    IMO, the President has no other option than to become belligerent. He has the support of the majority of voters, but they aren’t driving this train or will be voting on the outcome, which will be binary result and shape the future of the country.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Snow Chieftain says:

    I fully agree.The burden of proof lies with the accuser, so it is up to them to produce evidence proving their case. As I understand it, “high crimes and misdemeanors” was a term used to describe highly unethical or deceptive actions by a politician to discredit a political opponent by creating a false narrative or actions of an elected official that violate the trust of the people by using the power of their political office for personal gain (monetary or political) which are not in the best interests of the people.

    I don’t know if it would stand up as a defense, but it seems to me in this case, since no quid pro quo took place, the accuser would have to prove intent. Since the President’s claims that his question regarding the Bidens had to do with political corruption both in the US and the Ukraine (with whom we have an agreement to assist one another in investigations because of corruption), the accuser would then have to prove that either: 1) the President had no reason to believe that the Bidens had anything to do with any corruption in Ukraine, or 2) to investigate the Bidens and prove that had no involvement in corruption. I don’t see the accuser being able to do either one of those. However, even if they did, my last defense would be to make them prove that there was some verifiable evidence that Trump believed that Biden would likely win/would have won the 2020 election over him. The numbers just aren’t there.

    IDK, but I’ve got my popcorn ready!


    • 1stgoblyn says:

      You forget, the Dims have said the President must prove his innocence. Everything they do is bassackwards.


    • X XYZ says:

      Quid pro Quo? What is it, exactly?

      A quid pro quo did take place, just as ALL mutual contracts and transactions always do and always have, by every president, every diplomat and every businessman, before and including Trump. But only Trump can be crucified for it.

      I think it was Mulvaney who admitted that, because this is way all business in life is conducted by rational adults. But now, faced with fear of popular opinion, the administration is in DENIAL of it, to try to save their asses from the impending inquisition.

      Think of it this way. Any person who trades anything of value expects something of value in return, That is the basis of capitalism and free trade, as well as rational behavior. It is nice to be charitable, but charity is not charity when it is no longer voluntary. When assets are being given away that were previously taken forcibly from others through taxation, then that is not charity.

      Socialists don’t think or act that way. They are more devious than rational. Neither do liberal Republicans (such as the Bush presidents) who strove to buy affection and admiration by giving free stuff away while they could. (Come to America kids! Everyone come! We’re giving out free goodies, and giving away the candy store!) Come one, and all! Should we quote Emma Lazarus?

      ***NOBODY can compete with Santa Claus.***

      Socialism is based upon taking from the haves by force, and redistributing their assets to the have-nots. In America, this results by buying votes through influencing the masses. Once anyone has been given three hots and a cot, including medical care, for little or no effort, and then those benefits are then reduced or taken away, the masses will show resentment for having to work at all, or having to sustain themselves. Then those feeling resentment (which is to be expected through mass psychology) will vote to have their benefits retained or restored, as much as possible.

      That’s the welfare state. It has been with us for many decades and it is now occurring on a global scale. It used to be we supported everyone in America through social welfare programs. Now we are being forced to support everyone on this planet, including through foreign aid. “We” meaning the middle class, not the uber wealthy, who usually escape taxation.

      Ain’t that grand? It’s all “quid” and no “quo”.


  6. lieutenantm says:

    ha ha ha ha In for a penny, in for a pound!


  7. konradwp1 says:

    “… we refer the Nadler to the reply given in Arkell v. Pressdram …”


  8. konradwp1 says:

    “… we refer the Nadler to the reply given in Arkell v. Pressdram …”


  9. Boots says:

    In North Africa the early, fledgling British SAS made daring night raids in armed convoys, on targets of strategic value for purposes of eliminating further, future threats and for disruption of morale.

    Run flat tires:


  10. davidberetta says:

    Fat Basterd (Nadler), is truly the shame of this Nation. Good Grief! When does this USA nightmare end? Such a National Embarrassment!!! These criminals in Congress are costing US A FORTUNE in legal Fees.

    I want the Executive Branch (President Trump to Crack Heads). I cannot accept this House Impeachment is Constitutional! It’s a subversion of OUR Nation…a coup de etat

    Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler, Nancy Pelocy NEEDS to be arrested (handcuffed), charged with Sedition and processed accordingly! IMHO! Those three animals are clearly destroying (and clearly subverting), our Nation!

    These aforementioned TRAITORS NEED to be prosecuted!

    Liked by 2 people

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