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ABC Fears Trump Post-Acquittal, He ‘Has Not Escaped this Issue’


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As ABC News was wrapping up the politics segment of Sunday’s Good Morning America, co-anchor Dan Harris and chief anchor George Stephanopoulos shared their deep-seated fears of how President Trump would govern after his likely impeachment acquittal on Wednesday. “Assuming that he is acquitted, which it looks like he certainly will be, what kind of impact do you think that will have on his governing style and his campaign style,” Harris wondered.

He may feel completely vindicated and unleashed in the wake of this,” Stephanopoulos warned viewers.

According to the Clinton lackey, “in the past, whenever the President's kind of escaped an issue, he's doubled down, remember just a day after the Mueller testimony back in July of 2019 was the day he made that phone call to the Ukrainian president.”

Of course, the liberal media refused to acknowledge that the Mueller investigation no evidence of collusion with Russia, and continued to suggest Russia was the reason Trump was elected. That, despite the fact the Justice Department inspector general found investigators had deceived the FISA courts. Again, it was an inconvenient truth the media downplayed.


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