As the Democrats’ partisan impeachment inquiry goes on, many Americans are left wondering how the president is managing it all.
Since the inception of public impeachment hearings, Trump has ongoingly used his Twitter account to communicate facts and truth with the people in this country. Much to the chagrin of the Democrats, the president also regularly points out the holes in left-wing talking points, as they pertain to impeachment.
However, new reports from the Washington Examiner confirm that the president is also getting direct counsel on matters regarding impeachment. Interestingly enough, impeachment counsel is coming from former Bill Clinton aide and strategist Mark Penn.
What You Should Know About Penn’s Counsel of Trump
Meetings between Trump and Penn have taken place in the Oval Office with the latter offering advice on how to manage impeachment proceedings.
In a nutshell, the ex-Clinton aide has advised Trump to simply focus on “governing” and traveling across the country. Penn maintains that, unlike Clinton, the current president will not be impeached and should “stay focused on the substance” of criticisms regarding his phone call with Ukraine leader Zelensky. Moreover, Trump was advised not to offer a rebuttal to each and every point of leftist censure.
During Penn’s time with President Trump, other present attendees have included Vice President Mike Pence, longtime Trump friend Andrew Stein, and presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway.
What Happens Now?
The president is continuing to govern and lead the nation in the wake of Penn’s counsel. As time passes, the Democrats’ lack of substance or evidence to support impeachment only becomes more obvious.
In the midst of moving to impeach, the Democrat Party has also tragically thrown real policy and reform to the wayside. Reports in this week alone have indicated that the USMCA trade deal may be dead, due to months of inaction from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. In the long run, however, the ones who are truly being hurt by this sham of an impeachment are the Democrats.
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