Could things be returning to normal soon?
Well folks, it looks like Trump’s time in social media jail might be coming to an end soon.
His presence online has been a huge staple throughout not only his presidency, but for years and years before that.
Love him or hate him, Trump is a social media icon and his absence has been felt big time.
But it looks like his return might be just around the corner.
He was just spotted recently posting on GAB with his response to Jamie Raskin, who is currently leading the impeachment efforts in the Senate.
And he’s also fighting this sham impeachment in a big way.
Trump recently sent back a harsh refusal for Democrat’s request to have him testify at the impeachment trial.
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But Trump’s legal team quickly responded by rejecting the invitation in a terse response to the House impeachment team, putting the decision back on the Democrats over whether to try to compel Trump’s testimony with a subpoena.
Lead impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin sent a letter to Trump’s attorney Thursday requesting that Trump testify before or during the upcoming impeachment trial, which begins on Tuesday, arguing that his testimony was needed after he disputed the House’s allegations that he incited the insurrection at the Capitol.
“Two days ago, you filed an Answer in which you denied many factual allegations set forth in the article of impeachment,” Raskin, a Maryland Democrat, wrote. “You have thus attempted to put critical facts at issue notwithstanding the clear and overwhelming evidence of your constitutional offense. In light of your disputing these factual allegations, I write to invite you to provide testimony under oath, either before or during the Senate impeachment trial, concerning your conduct on January 6, 2021.”
Trump’s lawyers quickly responded to Raskin’s request on Thursday, writing back in a three-paragraph letter, saying the request was a sign the House could not prove its allegations against Trump.
We sure do hope that after this whole impeachment mess is over Trump will officially make his return to social media.
It’s certainly a much less interesting place without him there.