Attorneys General of 21 states drafted a letter Wednesday in defense of President Donald Trump and the “integrity” of the 2016 election. The letter condemns the process saying it sets a “dangerous historical precedent.”
….OF THE 2020 ELECTION BECSUSE IT WEAPONIZES A PROCESS THAT SHOULD ONLY BE INITIATED IN EXCEEDINGLY RARE CIRCUMSTANCES, AND SHOULD NEVER BE USED FOR PARTISAN PURPOSES.” @HeatherChilders @FoxNews The Democrats are trying hard to damage Republicans prior to the Election!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 23, 2020
The President wrote of the letter on Twitter Thursday. “Attorney Generals from 21 States are urging the Senate to reject impeachment. They say the Articles have legal & factual problems, and the Democrats case sets a dangerous historical precedent,” Trump wrote.
“‘EVEN AN UNSUCCESSFUL EFFORT TO IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT UNDERMINES THE INTEGRITY OF THE 2020 ELECTION BECAUSE IT WEAPONIZES A PROCESS THAT SHOULD ONLY BE INITIATED IN EXCEEDINGLY RARE CIRCUMSTANCES AND SHOULD NEVER BE USED FOR PARTISAN PURPOSES.’ -Heather Childers… The Democrats are trying hard to damage Republicans prior to the Election!”
Read the full letter below: