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Trump Hinted He Might Show Up To His Impeachment Trial

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Trump Hinted He Might Show Up To His Impeachment Trial

2020-01-24 01:10:471 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

President Donald Trump presented the possibility of watching his own impeachment trial. According to Business Insider, Trump told reporters he would “love to go.” He said he wants to “sit right in the front row and stare in their corrupt faces.” When reporters continues asking questions he told them to stop because he might be convinced to do it. Sen. Rand Paul extended an invitation to Trump, saying he would love to have him as his “guest.”

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