TRUMP TWEETS: Prediction on McConnell, the phony scam, you’re sooo lucky, more!

NOVEMBER 6, 2019

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President Trump made a prediction regarding Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a Twitter post Wednesday morning.

McConnell is being challenged by Democrat Amy McGrath, a former fighter pilot, who raised $10.7 million in her first three months of campaigning. McGrath was the first female Marine to fly an F-18 in combat, and completed over 85 combat missions in the Middle East.

Following Tuesday night’s elections, Trump tweeted:

Based on the Kentucky results, Mitch McConnell @senatemajldr will win BIG in Kentucky next year!

In another tweet, the president shared a quote from a Fox & Friends interview. He tweeted:

“Based on the things I’ve seen, the Democrats have no case, or a weak case, at best. I don’t think there are, or will be, well founded articles of Impeachment here.” Robert Wray, respected former prosecutor. It is a phony scam by the Do Nothing Dems! @foxandfriends

President Trump also thanked Kurt Volker after transcripts of his testimony were released from the impeachment probe. He tweeted:

Thank you to Kurt Volker, U.S. Envoy to Ukraine, who said in his Congressional Testimony, just released, “You asked what conversations did I have about that quid pro quo, et cetra. NONE, because I didn’t know there was a quid pro quo.” Witch Hunt!

In another tweet, Trump joked that Americans are lucky to have him as the president. He wrote:

Stock Markets (all three) hit another ALL TIME & HISTORIC HIGH yesterday! You are sooo lucky to have me as your President (just kidding!). Spend your money well!

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