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President Donald Trump on Wednesday implied that a late Michigan congressman is in hell after his wife, Rep. Debbie Dingell voted to support impeachment. Speaking at a rally in Battle Creek, Michigan, while the House of Representatives voted in Washington, DC, to pass two articles of impeachment against him, Trump communicated a fib about how he reputation Dingell’s late spouse, onetime Rep. John Dingell, after his death. Trump said he spoke to Dingell, who said her husband was “looking down, he’d be so thrilled.” “I said: ‘That’s okay, don’t worry about it.’ Maybe he’s see up, I don’t know, ” he used to tell audible sighs from the crowds. Dingell been killed in February at the age of 92. The beloved Michigan Democrat was the longest-serving member of Congress in US history. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more legends.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday implied that a late Michigan congressman is in hell after his wife, Rep. Debbie Dingell, a Democrat, voted to charge him during a highly-anticipated House vote.
Trump performed his remarks at awareness-raising campaigns rally in Battle Creek, Michigan, while the House of Representatives voted in Washington, DC , to pass two clauses of impeachment against him. Trump has been charged with abuse of power and blockage of Congress, and proceedings will be sent to the Senate for trial.See the rest of the legend at Business Insider
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