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Donald Trump furious and puzzled attack over the impeachment resolution approved by the committee

Donald Trump angery over the the resolution that is approved to by the judiciary committee which democrats hope to lead into Trump's impeachment.

CBS News

Donald Trump posted a series of tweets after in which he blasted over the resolution that was approved in the House of judiciary committee which clear the way for the potential impeachment of Donald Trump. Trump said in his tweets that “you don’t impeach president for doing great jobs”

“How do you impeach a President who has helped create perhaps the greatest economy in the history of our Country? All time best unemployment numbers, especially for Blacks, Hispanics, Asians & Women. More people working today than ever before. Rebuilt Military & Choice for Vets…”

Trump said that his 2 ½ years presidency was better than any other presidents of the United States, where unemployment has been at all times best. Trump added to his tweet that he won against Mueller report, Mueller testimony and Comey's report.

“....Became Number 1 in World & Independent in Energy. Will soon have record number of Judges, 2 SC Justices. Done more than any President in first 2 1/2 years despite phony & fraudulent Witch Hunt illegally led against him. WIN on Mueller Report, Mueller Testimony & James Comey..”

“You don’t impeach president for doing great jobs”,. Trump added. The treasonous  crimes were committed by the other side and led by the Democrats.

“....IG Report, which showed him to be a Disgraced & Dirty Cop. Republicans have unified like never before. You don’t impeach Presidents for doing a good (great!) job. No Obstruction, No Collusion, only treasonous crimes committed by the other side, and led by the Democrats. Sad!”

The resolution has defined the boundaries of a probe that Democrats hope could lead to said impeachment, and potentially his removal from office. The move allows the committee to designate certain hearings as impeachment hearings, and empower staff to question witnesses for a longer period of time.

But it is worth bearing in mind that the committee would still have to introduce impeachment articles against Trump and win approval from the House to bring charges against the president. The Republican-led Senate, meanwhile, is extremely unlikely to convict him and remove him from office.