President Donald Trump on Tuesday, Oct. 1, tweeted: “Try to impeach this.” as he shares a map of every county he won colored in red during 2016 election.
His supporters were quick to back him, with one of the most popular reply posts reading, “We Stand with President Trump.”
President Donald Trump also tweeted out an online poll indicating nearly 98% of American voters “stand with” him on impeachment after House Democrats announced a formal inquiry on Sept. 24.
President Trump said on Sept. 30, sharing the poll result on his Twitter on Monday evening, “THANK YOU!”
After Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), formally called for the first step toward the president’s impeachment, some Republicans criticized her of abusing the role as House speaker. Those Republicans include Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) who said Pelosi “really was the worst we’ve seen yet where she announced an impeachment inquiry without any evidence, without seeing a transcript of the phone call at issue, without seeing any details from the supposed whistleblower.”