President Trump may have thought that the end of the Mueller probe would have given him some peace of mind, but judging from his Twitter feed, it’s done just the opposite. His frustration and his sense of insecurity have intensified as calls for impeachment in Congress swirl and the negative response to the conclusions of the Mueller Report — that Trump attempted to obstruct justice but was thwarted by his own team — continues to grow.
Adding insult to his perceived injury is his confusion as to why temporarily high economic indicators like the stock market, which has wildly fluctuated over the past few years, isn’t somehow giving him a pass for his repeated attempts to break the law or his rampant and naked corruption.
Trump took to Twitter tonight in a rage, complaining about how nobody will give him credit for a high stock market (which means almost nothing for the vast majority of Americans, since 84% of all stocks are owned by just 10% of the population), somehow attempting to play off his exploitation of the healthy economy that he inherited from President Obama as a literal get-out-of-impeachment card.
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You mean the Stock Market hit an all-time record high today and they’re actually talking impeachment!? Will I ever be given credit for anything by the Fake News Media or Radical Liberal Dems? NO COLLUSION!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 23, 2019
If he thinks that’s going to save him, he’s got another thing coming!