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Trump lambasts ‘crazy’ Pelosi’s House Democrats at Michigan rally

By AFP
19 December 2019   |   9:02 am
Donald Trump likes a fight and he likes a show and Wednesday -- with impeachment voted right at the moment he was addressing a campaign rally hundreds of miles away in Michigan -- he got both things on steroids. "Through their depraved actions today, crazy Nancy Pelosi’s House Democrats have branded themselves with an eternal mark of shame," Trump said.

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