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On Tuesday morning, President Trump tweeted about some favorable economic numbers, claiming that annual household income is up, unemployment is low, and housing prices are high.

Now, just imagine how much better those numbers would be if the country wasn't mired in an economy-killing trade war with China, bleeding out trillion-dollar-a-year debts, and didn't suffer from chaotic leadership in the Oval Office?

At the end of tweet, came an odd sentence, "Impeach the Pres."

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As the drums of impeachment beat louder and louder in Washington, D.C. over Donald Trump's alleged attempt to blackmail the president of Ukraine, the talking heads at Fox News are in full spin cycle.

Multiple reports claim that Trump attempted to extort Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky by withholding $400 million in military aid while demanding he call for an investigation into Hunter Biden, the son of Trump's likely Democratic opponent in the 2020 election, Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden was a paid board member of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company, while Joe Biden was Vice President.

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The Senate Begins Impeachment Trial

Who's getting removed from office this time?

Not of Obama, don't worry. It's not that bad yet. However, today the Senate is considering the evidence in the trial of district court judge Judge G. Thomas Porteous Jr., of Louisiana. The "high crimes and misdameaors" which Porteous is being charged with are lengthy:

He ran up gambling debts, used a fake name to file for bankruptcy, accepted cash and gifts from lawyers involved in cases he handled, and lied to the Senate and to the Federal Bureau of Investigation while he was being vetted to fill the vacancy on the federal district court in New Orleans– a pattern of conduct House lawmakers agreed made him unfit to hold office.

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