President Trump Taunts Nancy Pelosi Into Impeaching Him Again


The Democrats, always looking for ways to remove President Trump from office, now sees the SCOTUS issue as another reason for his impeachment.

The leftists’ stunt fizzled in February when the Senate acquitted President Trump in the bid to remove him from office.

In his Ohio rally on Monday, President Trump taunted Nancy Pelosi into impeaching him again.


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“Go ahead. I want them to do that,” said the President. He also said to be the only guy (president) in the world that could get impeached for trying to fill a seat on the Supreme Court.

President Trump made the statement after learning that Nancy Pelosi refused to consider using impeachment to stop the President’s nomination of a SCOTUS replacement.

“I don’t think he’s worth the trouble at this point,” Pelosi said Thursday.

Pelosi’s latest statement sings a different tune in her interview on Monday with New York Times Opinion’s “Sway” podcast host Kara Swisher.

When asked of her power, the House Speaker said to Swisher, “Well, we can impeach him (President Trump) every day of the week for anything he does.”

Likewise, George Stephanopoulos of the ABC News asked Pelosi if she would impeach the President when she said: “everything was on the table” to stop Trump’s SCOTUS Justice nomination. 

“We have our options,” the Democrat responded. “We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now.” Pelosi said there is a “big challenge” in our country.

Other Democrats were quick to chime in. The outspoken Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez concurs with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s position in a press conference Sunday. 

“I believe that also we must consider, again, all of the tools available in our disposal and that all of these options should be entertained and on the table,” AOC said.

Social media was abuzz with prominent figures on President Trump’s open dare to Nancy Pelosi of impeaching him again. Among them are Carl Jackson who echoed the dare, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, conservative activist Charlie Kirk, and Wayne Dupree.

The President, unaffected of the House Speaker’s threat, is thrilled to have his third chance of nominating another justice in the high court. He is set to name his nominee in the coming week. 

“Think of that. Three. A lot of presidents get none. We’ve had three,” President Trump said in the Ohio rally. “It’s blowing their minds.”

Indeed, the Democrats are anxious about the next move of the President.

With his constitutional obligation, President Trump continues to taunt the House Speaker. The second impeachment attempt would most likely fail again.

So, go ahead.