Frustrated Democrat says We Can’t Impeach Trump for Doing what He Promised

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Truer, more insightful words have never been spoken… by a Democrat.

Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) is a far left liberal who rarely says or does anything that could help make our nation more successful, but during a recent interview he made a great case for Democrats to stop hyperventilating about everything Trump does.

When pressed by a local Connecticut news station about the possibility that President Trump could be impeached, Murphy seemed to grow agitated.

“You can’t impeach somebody for doing what they said they were going to do as a candidate,” the Senator rightly stated when answering the dreaded impeachment question.

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The news anchors had mentioned that some Democrats were arguing that Trump was “unfit” for office, a charge that Murphy was unwilling to agree with.

“Those are heavy accusations. Here’s my thoughts on this: I don’t see President Trump acting very differently as a President than he did during the campaign.”

Murphy continued by wondering how Democrats could be so surprised with what Trump was doing, considering most of what has happened thus far was exactly what Trump said he would do on the campaign trail.

“He did win the Electoral College despite this bizarre behavior as a candidate. So, you can’t impeach somebody for doing what they said they were going to do as a candidate. Whether we like it or not, he is fulfilling all of the very reckless promises or trying to fulfill some of the reckless promises he made during the campaign.”

When asked to give his opinion whether or not Trump was “stable,” Murphy acted with more responsibility than most of his Democrat counterparts who are asked the same question. Instead of calling our President’s sanity into question, Murphy simply said that the President didn’t seem to be acting very Presidential.

While it’s not exactly a glowing recommendation it’s actually a pretty spectacular endorsement for Trump, isn’t it?

A leading Democrat Senator just admitted that President Trump is simply doing the things that he promised he would do. Can any politician ask for a more supportive statement from the opposition? Think about it. A Democrat leader just told Americans everywhere that President Trump is doing exactly what they elected him to do…

I think President Trump should be sending Senator Murphy a fruit basket or something in an effort to thank him for such “kind” words.

 

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