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Tags: donald trump | joe biden | impeachment | twitter

Trump: Even Biden Agrees Acquittal Makes Me Stronger

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By    |   Friday, 24 January 2020 09:37 AM EST

President Donald Trump on Friday, in his second wave of tweets this week, hailed former Vice President Joe Biden’s remark that Trump could become "stronger" if he is acquitted in his ongoing impeachment trial.

“People ask the question, ‘Isn’t the president going to be stronger and harder to beat if he survives this?’ Yes, probably. But Congress has no choice,” Biden said while campaigning in Iowa Thursday, according to The Oklahoman.

He added that senators have to decide for themselves and “live with that in history.”

Trump tweeted Biden’s quote with the remark, “Even Joe agrees with us!”

The president also complained that his “lawyers will be forced to start on Saturday, which is called Death Valley in T.V.,” unlike the House impeachment managers, who presented their case during the week.

“The Impeachment Hoax is interfering with the 2020 Election - But that was the idea behind the Radical Left, Do Nothing Dems Scam attack. They always knew I did nothing wrong!” Trump added later.

He went on to retweet Texas Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, who both claimed that Democrats have ulterior motives for impeaching Trump, before tweeting that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., “never had what it takes, and never will.”

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President Donald Trump on Friday, in his second wave of tweets this week, hailed former Vice President Joe Biden’s remark that Trump could become “stronger” if he is acquitted in his ongoing impeachment trial.
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