Trump Takes To Twitter On Friday To Beg Congress To Stop Investigating Him

I don't think that's gonna work, Donnie.

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Regardless of Trump’s typically cocky rhetoric, the man is downright shaking in his boots over Congress’ incessant investigations into him and his administration. And quite frankly, he should be. Congress is finally holding the Trump administration, including the president himself, accountable for their bullshit that’s ruining this country.

But it seems that Donald is starting to get panicky. Starting at around midnight last night, Trump’s Twitter dialogue took an unexpected turn from overly confident to damn near groveling at the feet of Congress.

“OK, so after two years of hard work and each party trying their best to make the other party look as bad as possible, it’s time to get back to business,” Trump began in the wee hours of this morning.


He went on to incorrectly claim, “The Mueller report strongly stated that there was no collusion with Russia (of course) and, in fact, they were rebuffed at every turn in attempts to gain access.”

“But now Republicans and Democrats must come together for the good of the American people. No more costly & time-consuming investigations,” Trump begged in the Twitter thread.

Trump would like Congress to instead turns their focus to his border wall project and inhumane immigration policies.

“Lets (sic) do immigration (border), infrastructure, much lower drug prices & much more – and do it now,” the president pleaded.

It’s pretty clear that the attacks from Congress are starting to wear Donald down and quickly get under his fluorescent orange skin. Unfortunately for him, being launched into the presidency through a hacked election doesn’t grant him the right to throw up his hands and say “Okay guys. That’s enough. I don’t want to play anymore. Leave me alone now and let’s do what I want.”

This isn’t a schoolyard playground and you’re not the king of the jungle gym, dude. You’re responsible for your actions and those of your administration and you will be made to pay the piper in the end.

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