President Trump spoke to reporters on the White House lawn on Wednesday, Nov. 20, and said the impeachment process has ended after he watched the Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, give his testimony on television. “I just noticed one thing, and that would mean it’s all over,” the president said, before reading from his handwritten notes taken after watching Sondland.

Reading his notes, he explained Sondland had asked him what he wanted from Ukraine.

“And it was a very short, abrupt conversation,” the ambassador said. “He was not in a good mood. And he just said, ‘I want nothing. I want nothing. I want no quid pro quo. Tell Zelenskiy to do the right thing.’ Something to that effect.”

U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland arrives back from a break as he testifies before the House Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

To the president, that is conclusive proof he did nothing wrong.

The president followed up his statement to reporters with a couple of tweets:

Impeachment Witch Hunt is now OVER! Ambassador Sondland asks U.S. President (me): “What do you want from Ukraine? I keep hearing all these different ideas & theories. What do you want? It was a very abrupt conversation. He was not in a good mood. He (the President) just said,”…
….”I WANT NOTHING! I WANT NOTHING! I WANT NO QUID PRO QUO! TELL PRESIDENT ZELENSKY TO DO THE RIGHT THING!” Later, Ambassador Sondland said that I told him, “Good, go tell the truth!” This Witch Hunt must end NOW. So bad for our Country!

….”I WANT NOTHING! I WANT NOTHING! I WANT NO QUID PRO QUO! TELL PRESIDENT ZELENSKY TO DO THE RIGHT THING!” Later, Ambassador Sondland said that I told him, “Good, go tell the truth!” This Witch Hunt must end NOW. So bad for our Country!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2019

During his testimony, Sondland confirmed the President didn’t directly link any military aid for Ukraine for his own political advantage against his political opponent.

But during his testimony, he claimed “we all understood” that for a phone call with President Trump and a White House visit for President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to occur, it would only happen if the Ukrainian president investigated the 2016 U.S. election and investigation into corruption. Sondland said he presumed the aid to Ukraine would also be linked to those conditions, reports Fox News.

Sondland assumed the aid was linked. Two plus two equals four, after all.