George Conway trolls Trump’s impeachment tantrum: ‘You’ve already convicted yourself’


President Donald Trump went on a tirade in response to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announcing the start of an impeachment inquiry over his Ukraine extortion plot, only for George Conway to remind Trump that he only has himself to blame.

The whistleblower complaint scandal Trump is currently embroiled in escalated on Tuesday when Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry, raining all over Trump’s United Nations speech aimed at pandering to white nationalists.

Trump’s scheme to force Ukraine to investigate former Vice-President Joe Biden and his family by withholding military aid in order to dig up dirt on him ahead of the 2020 Election, along with Trump’s refusal to release the transcript on his call with Ukrainian President Zelensky and the complaint itself were the tipping point that made impeachment inevitable.

We’re talking about an abuse of power after all, and an extortion plot involving taxpayer money and interference in an American election by a foreign power.

Of course, Trump whined on Twitter by calling impeachment a “witch hunt,” arguing that Democrats have not even seen the transcript yet.

George Conway, the husband of Kellyanne Conway, responded by pointing out that Trump should look in the mirror if he wants to blame someone.

Indeed, just a few days ago, Rudy Giuliani outright admitted that he asked Ukraine to investigate Biden after having denied it in the same breath during an interview on CNN with Chris Cuomo.

“Did you ask the Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden?” Cuomo asked.

“No, actually I didn’t,” Giuliani claimed. “I asked the Ukraine to investigate the allegations that there was interference in the election of 2016 by the Ukrainians for the benefit of Hillary Clinton, for which there is already a court finding.”

“You never asked anything about Hunter Biden? You never asked anything about Joe Biden and his role with the prosecutor?” Cuomo pressed.

“The only thing I asked about Joe Biden is to get to the bottom of how it was that Lutsenko, who was appointed, dismissed the case,” Giuliani said.

“So you did ask Ukraine to look into Joe Biden?” Cuomo asked.

“Of course I did,” Giuliani admitted.

On Sunday, Trump himself admitted on the White House lawn that he spoke to Zelensky about Biden.

“It was largely the fact that we don’t want our people, like Vice President Biden and his son, creating to the corruption already in the Ukraine,” Trump said according to Time.

Trump also admitted on Tuesday that he withheld hundreds of millions of dollars from Ukraine and then blatantly lied about why by claiming he wants other nations to contribute aid. The problem is that other nations already had done so months prior to Trump’s call in July.

If Trump really had done nothing wrong, he would have freely released the transcript of his phone call and the whistleblower complaint. Instead, it appears he is now going to release a transcript that will likely be doctored, and has reportedly caved on the complaint, which he illegally kept from Congress all this time.

Trump can whine on Twitter all he wants. In the end, he’s the one who committed all the illegal acts and abuses of power that have triggered an impeachment inquiry. Only three presidents in our history have faced impeachment. Trump just became the fourth. And if the evidence is strong enough, Republicans will have no choice but to convict him, giving Trump the ignominy of being the only president to be ousted via impeachment. If not, an angry American electorate will convict them and Trump in November 2020.

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