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President Donald Trump says there is no reason to be alarmed by the impeachment proceedings in the US, saying he’s “not sickened by the fact that we are at the point of the impeachment process.”
Trump was in Pennsylvania on Friday for a campaign event, and told reporters at a campaign rally that the impeachment is a “scam” and that “the people that voted for [Trump] voted for this.”
He said, “We’re not sickened, by the way.
Trump said that while he “didn’t vote for” impeachment, he was “very much involved in the process” and “I was very involved in doing everything that I could do to help this country get back on its feet.”
He added that he doesn’t think the impeachment will change much from his perspective.
“I think that we’re going to have a great economy, we’re gonna have a strong military, we are going to be a great nation, we will be a lot stronger and we will have a lot of things that are going right,” Trump said.
The president did not elaborate on how he plans to get the country back on track.
But some of Trump’s most ardent supporters in the Republican party are already warning against his move.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a Republican, called it a “dangerous gamble.”
“The idea that we could impeach the president in the midst of the American economic meltdown, the American financial collapse, the economic catastrophe, and then we can turn around and go to China and other countries and say ‘Look, you’re all going to go ahead and make a lot more money.
We don’t want to be associated with you.
We want to keep our jobs,'” Gingrich said on ABC’s “This Week.”
Former Speaker Newt Romney, who led the impeachment effort during the Obama administration, called Trump’s impeachment “a very dangerous gamble.”
“If the president is impeached, it’s going to create an even more hostile atmosphere for America,” he said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Republican Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee said on CNN’s “State of the Union” that Trump’s actions were “totally unacceptable” and said he “really believes” the president should resign.
“He’s not fit to be president, and I think he should go,” Corker said.
“I don’t think he’s fit to serve as president.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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