Trump says impeachment proceedings were “hell”

The American leader called representatives of the Democratic Party of the United States vicious people who made a mess.

U.S. President Donald Trump called the impeachment procedure initiated by Democrats. He made this statement on Thursday, February 6, speaking at the White House in connection with his acquittal in the Senate
“We’ve been through hell. (It was) unfair, (I) didn’t do anything wrong.

He also apologized to his family for what they had to go through.

“I want to apologize to my family for having to go through the rotten collusion of some sick, angry people,” Trump said.

According to the President of the United States, the “witch hunt” against him was launched from the moment he entered the election campaign before the 2016 elections.

“Over the last few years, we’ve been dealing with a witch hunt. It was really evil, corruption, shame, disaster, scoundrels… it should never happen again with another president, never,” Trump said.

He also stated that the Democratic Party would probably make a new attempt to get him removed from power.

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“These are vicious people. But they… hold on to each other – historically, not just now. They hold on to each other like glue. That’s how they impeached them: because they had 220 people or so, so if no one breaks away from them, they will have the opportunity to start impeachment against anyone,” the American leader said.

At the same time, Trump did not rule out that the attempts of Democrats to remove him from office could end, as the failure of impeachment was a serious reputational blow for them.

Recall, February 5, U.S. senators found Trump not guilty on all charges in the impeachment hearings