Mr. Trump’s strategy during the `stormy` days in the White House

Mr. Trump's strategy during the `stormy` days in the White House 0
Mr. Trump's strategy during the `stormy` days in the White House 0

(Dan Tri) – Fiercely attacking the Democratic Party, attacking the whistleblower of the phone call and going `crazy` on social network Twitter is what President Trump is doing in the context that he is becoming the focus of a scandal.

President Trump at an event at the White House on September 26 (Photo: Reuters)

According to Reuters, President Trump became even angrier yesterday when he sat on Air Force One watching TV news about Democratic members of a congressional committee accusing him of committing a crime.

Just minutes after landing in Washington, DC, Mr. Trump criticized Democrats for launching an impeachment investigation related to his pressuring the President of Ukraine to investigate the party’s top opponent.

The investigation is causing new difficulties for Mr. Trump’s presidency, just months after he escaped the dark shadow of special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation into suspicions that he

Instead of going straight from Air Force One to the Marine One presidential helicopter, Mr. Trump approached reporters at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington to tell them that he had seen the news about the whistleblower scandal.

“It is a disgrace to our country.

This is the scenario facing President Trump and his White House ahead of the November 2020 presidential election: Congressional hearings cast a shadow on the limited agenda of the President and a country

Some in Mr. Trump’s group of outside advisers have urged the White House to come up with a more organized response, in parallel with well-organized `war room` efforts, in the same way that the former President

However, a source close to the discussions said that so far, no decision has been made to establish such a group.

Mr. Trump’s biggest fight

The above source, who is close to Mr. Trump, raised serious concerns about the readiness of the presidential advisory team to prepare for what this person called `the biggest war of Mr. Trump’s life.`

“I am very concerned that there is not a media campaign in the future and now to respond to all of that.

As a businessman and former reality TV star, Mr. Trump has for many years been at the forefront of shaping media images.

So far, Mr. Trump’s reaction to the phone scandal has been to criticize Democrats, the media and whistleblowers.

At the end of activities at the United Nations General Assembly yesterday, he was in an angry mood when giving a speech to diplomats at the US Mission to the United Nations at a hotel in New York.

“You know what we used to do before?

At the White House, officials have expressed skepticism that the Trump administration can advance legislative work with Congress amid the growing risk of impeachment against the President.

The issues affected are gun ownership law reform, drug price reduction laws as well as Mr. Trump’s replacement of the North American Free Trade Agreement between Canada, the US and Mexico.

“I don’t know what will happen with all those problems,” one official said.

Mr. Trump’s decision to release the transcript of his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Voldymyr Zelenskiy is also a topic of discussion inside and outside the White House.

During the phone call, Mr. Trump talked about how the US helped Ukraine, and then asked President Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, as well as his son Hunter Biden, about his relationship.

During a press conference in New York on September 25, Mr. Trump seemed unusually calm when asked whether he was prepared for a lengthy impeachment process.

Mr. Trump recalled the investigation into Russia that the special prosecutor closed in April.

“I think we won.



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