The White House has posted three photos to show President Donald Trump has brought three big wins for the American people this week, while the Democrats have done nothing, or even tried to pull down a duly-elected president.

These photos were released hours after the Democrat-led House passed a resolution on Thursday, Oct. 31, setting ground rules for the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. The final vote was 232-196, with all Republicans voting against the resolution and two Democrats joining them.

In the first photo, the White House credits President Trump with “obliterating ISIS,” comparing it with Democrats doing “nothing.” The photo depicts Democratic congressional leaders sitting in the Cabinet Room in Washington after they were invited to a meeting to discuss the situation in Syria on Oct. 16, 2019.

President Trump announced on Oct. 27 that U.S. Special Operations forces, under his direction as commander-in-chief, executed a dangerous and daring raid into northwestern Syria and killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was the founder and leader of ISIS, the most ruthless and violent terror organization in the world.

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The second photo compares “Do-Nothing Democrats” to President Trump who honored Dayton Police for their quick action in taking down a gunman in Oregon District mass shooting in August.

At a conference of police chiefs in Chicago on Oct. 28, President Trump, in a surprising move, called Police Chief Richard Biehl and Assistant Police Chief Matt Carper up on the stage to praise them.

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The third photo points to the Trump administration launching the fight against the drug crisis. Democrats, of course, still have got nothing done.

The administration on Oct. 30 unveiled the website FindTreatment.gov in an effort to address the nation’s opioid crisis. The website is aimed at helping millions of Americans with substance abuse issues and learn about and locate treatment options.

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Despite “Washington’s wins for the American people this week,” the Democrats still led the House of Representatives to vote for a measure to formalize the next steps in the impeachment inquiry into the president on Thursday.

In a responds to the vote, the Office of the Press Secretary issued a statement saying, “Instead of focusing on pressing issues that impact real families, like reducing gun violence, passing the USMCA, improving health care, lowering prescription drug costs, securing our southern border, and modernizing our aging infrastructure, the Democrats are choosing every day to waste time on a sham impeachment—a blatantly partisan attempt to destroy the president.”

“With today’s vote, Speaker (Nancy) Pelosi and the Democrats have done nothing more than enshrine unacceptable violations of due process into House Rules. Speaker Pelosi, Chairman (Adam) Schiff, and the Democrats conducted secret, behind-closed-door meetings, blocked the administration from participating, and have now voted to authorize a second round of hearings that still fails to provide any due process whatsoever to the administration. The Democrats want to render a verdict without giving the administration a chance to mount a defense. That is unfair, unconstitutional, and fundamentally un-American,” the statement reads.