Bloomberg on Trump Impeachment: ‘I’d Vote to Convict’

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Liberal billionaire 2020 Democratic candidate and owner of Bloomberg News Michael Bloomberg weighed in on the liberal media-driven impeachment drama.

Bloomberg told MSNBC’s Craig Melvin on NBC's "Today Show" on Jan. 20 that he was asked if he were Senator how would he vote. He responded, “I’d have to swallow two or three times, but I would say I would vote to impeach, vote to convict because there's just so much evidence that he acted inappropriately” [emphasis added].

It appears Bloomberg supports ousting President Donald Trump from office through a variety of vehicles, whether that be impeachment or using his vast wealth in his pockets to beat him. Bloomberg’s news outlet, Bloomberg News, will also not be investigating him or his Democratic rivals going into the 2020 elections but will continue to investigate President Donald Trump.

 

 

Fox Business reported Jan. 18, that Bloomberg is prepared to spend an unheard-of “$2 billion on either his own campaign or to help finance a Democratic nominee to unseat President Trump in the 2020 general election” [emphasis added].

Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer Jan. 20:

“‘Mike's view is, 'Hey I want to spend whatever it takes to put myself in a position to make a difference’” [emphasis added].

By “making a difference,” it appears to be getting rid of Trump either through Bloomberg’s candidacy, his money or through the impeachment process while using his news outlet as a political weapon against the president.

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