Trump supporters unswayed after impeachment vote
Months of impeachment proceedings have not fazed the president as he continues to be in great spirits, he told a rally in Michigan on Dec. 18.
Donald Trump confirmed he is becoming less concerned about the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.
“It does not really feel like we are being impeached,” he shared with supporters who gathered to hear him speak at Battle Creek, 121 miles east of Detroit.
Meanwhile, people who attended came to his defense, after the House of Representatives voted to impeach him.
Kevin Weeks, a concrete truck driver from Jones, Michigan is one of many who supports President Trump,
"President Trump, no matter where he goes, he just tells it like it is. And that's why I voted for him the first time, and that's why I'm going to vote for him again a second time."
Weeks says that the impeachment is just a reaction to President Trump's campaign pledge to "drain the swamp," and fight corruption in Washington.
"It's a joke. It's all crooked bullcrap because they're scared because he's draining the swamp. They've been crooked for years and years. People don't see that. He's going to fix it. He's going to get rid of them. And they don't like it. They don't want to lose their power. And that's what he's doing. He's taking the power away. He's making things right. And they're scared of that."
Dale Vodden, an unemployed military veteran from Battle Creek, Michigan is angry at the Democrats who made the case for impeachment and said they should be brought up on charges of high treason,"
Trump’s re-election campaign enjoyed a jump in donations, contributions, and volunteers during the impeachment inquiry and his campaign team raised over $5 million in one day alone.
Brad Pascarle, the president’s campaign manager praised it as “Incredible fundraising numbers” in his tweet on Dec. 18, saying that it is the way Americans show their support to the president against the impeachment hoax.