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Trump says he underwent a “terrible ordeal” during his impeachment trial

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — US President Donald Trump said Thursday, the day after he was cleared in the Senate, that he had gone through a “terrible ordeal” during the trial that was designed to isolate him and said that he orchestrated some people other than “honest and corrupt”.

He continued in the first comment after yesterday’s vote, “They have done everything they can to destroy us, and by doing so they have caused great harm to our nation.”

Trump is scheduled to make official remarks this afternoon.

He continued, “Democrats know that what they are doing is bad, but they put their interests before the interest of our great country.” But the Senate, where the Republican Party has the majority, “displayed the wisdom, moral rigor, and strength needed to do what it perceived to be fair.”

“I don’t like the people who use their beliefs to justify their bad deeds,” Trump added, referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tearing up his speech Tuesday after he avoided shaking her.

“A lot of people were injured and we cannot allow this, and this is what I will talk about later in the White House,” he said.

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