Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley Tuesday defended President Trump’s use of the word “lynching” in a Tweet to describe the impeachment inquiry Vs him that when he talks about how the media and Democrats have been treating him since the day he announced his candidacy.
“The day he was elected, before being sworn into office they were already telegraphing what they wanted to do,” Mr. Gidley said in a TV interview Tuesday, “The President wasn’t trying to compare himself to the horrific history in this country at all. What he was trying to point out clearly was that he has been attacked relentlessly by the mainstream media without cause, without evidence since the day he took over in this office.“
President Trump’s opponents “started this from day 1,” but the President is “working for the American people and that’s what this is about, an unfair secretive process for the Democrats. If you are pulled over for a traffic ticket you get more due process.”
There have been several people speaking out against President Trump’s use of the racially charged word called on his critics to talk about what President Trump has done for the African-American community.
Also on Tuesday, Gidley said there is a “real risk” for Americans as the impeachment inquiry continues.
House Speaker “won’t touch” the US-Mexico-Canada aka USMC trade agreement, he said, and Democrats are not talking about legislation for infrastructure or securing the southern border.
“They continue to go down into this witch hunt,” he said. “They continue to do this time and time again. It is the American people that suffer. They’re the ones who will have to answer for this.”
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