President Trump Uses Democrats Own Words Against Them – and it’s Awesome

President Trump has been dealing with the fallout of his firing of FBI Director James Comey almost nonstop since Tuesday and you can tell that he’s getting tired of the attacks.

Earlier this week he sat down with NBC’s Lester Holt to discuss the decision to fire Comey, and the ongoing turmoil at the FBI and the almost constant media coverage of the possibility that he colluded with Russia to win the election (something which no one has ever provided any evidence of occurring).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cc2qprXQTHw

The President also released a series of tweets damning the Democrat hypocrisy and reminding them that they’ve been calling for Comey’s ouster for MONTHS.

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On Wednesday evening the President issued his sternest (and funniest) condemnation yet. He tweeted out a video showing various Democrat leaders ON VIDEO all calling for an end to Comey’s time at the FBI. The video showcases more than a dozen different liberal leaders (including the Senate and House minority leaders) demanding a change in leadership at the FBI, and even has several Democrats demanding that President Trump either fire him or Attorney General Jeff Sessions ask Comey to resign!

So what changed Democrat minds?

It’s all about politics and power.

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