MAYDAY 1564: THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 2020

“I cannot be removed from office for demanding political favors if I believe my re-election is in the nation’s, interest. I know

what everybody knows. My reelection will be good for the country. On my watch, everything and anything, I say I believe, goes.”

“On my watch — it’s America first — and foremost. To that end, anything and everything that I say I believe in is reasonable,

presumptively. So I can’t be removed from office for demanding political favors if I believe, they are reasonably … reasonable.”

“What a crock! And still, I just keep making it up as I go along — as events carry us — along. It won’t be long now. Methinks,

tomorrow, impeachment ends. Or, in a twist of fate, impeachment, continues. And I may yet very well need to resign … methinks.”

“Tomorrow impeachment ends. Or, in a twist of fate, it may, continue. And if it does unexpectedly, continue, I may yet need to resign

from my office. What a travesty, of justice. A high crime against us. That for doing the right thing … I should resign.”

“In the end, the impeachment calculation nearly all Senate Republicans are making is fairly simple: They’d rather appear to be

covering me up than enter into an inquiry, unpredictably, risky. An inquiry that would make of senators, pariahs, and anger, me.”

“On the backs of the poor, I’m planning on cutting federal health care spending. But block grants may run into trouble in American

courts if judges find them contrary, to Medicaid’s purpose: To provide medical benefits, to qualified, and needy, Americans.”

“On the backs of the poor, I am planning on cutting federal health care spending. And albeit I can’t just say it, I’m a big believer in

Darwin’s survival of the fittest. It’s counterproductive. Assisting needy, Americans … defeats — natural — selection.”

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