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Trump is in Trouble

Do you stand with President Trump?

Because now is the time to let our voices be heard.

We need to put an end to all these Democratic efforts to hobble Trump’s presidency. We put him in the White House to get the job done, and they are trying to stop him at every turn.

In fact, it’s simply amazing how much Trump has managed to accomplish considering all the obstacles placed in his path.

But what we’re seeing now might be more than an obstacle. It appears more like a scheme to completely derail his presidency, to kick Trump out of office, or at least to make sure he has no chance of winning the 2020 election.

On Sunday, former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe publicly stated that a “crime may have been committed” by Trump when he fired McCabe’s boss, then-FBI director James Comey.

McCabe was speaking to “60 Minutes” when he made the bombshell accusation, suggesting that firing Comey in the midst of an investigation into possible ties between Trump’s campaign and Russia borders on the “illegal.”

“If the president committed obstruction of justice, fired the director of the of the FBI to negatively impact or to shut down our investigation of Russia’s malign activity and possibly in support of his campaign, as a counterintelligence investigator you have to ask yourself, ‘Why would a president of the United States do that?’” McCabe charged.

Needless to say, the liberal mainstream media was ecstatic over McCabe’s “revelations,” and will use them as fuel to power the next year or more of anti-Trump media coverage.

Even if this doesn’t morph into a fresh investigation and effort to impeach Trump (which it easily could given that the House is in Democratic hands), it will definitely not play well in the run-up to the next election.

Is Trump in trouble? I’d say so. On the other hand, he’s weathered similar storms in the past.

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