President Donald Trump’s adviser, Ivanka Trump, said her father is “energized, as are 63 million plus voters who elected him to office,” because of the impeachment the Democrats initiated against him.
The only thing Ivanka Trump deplores is the time wasted by the Democrats. That time could have been used to benefit Americans, she said on the CBS program “Face the Nation.”
She also stressed that despite all the opposition to the president’s administration, he has continued to work hard to keep his promises.
She recalled the most recent achievements of his administration, including large-scale projects and others of direct aid to the Americans.
Among the first were the approval of the defense bill, the creation of Space Force, and the USMCA trade treaty.
The latter included paid family leave and the largest pay raise in a decade for the military.
Of particular significance to Ivanka Trump is that while the Democrats were busy voting on the president’s impeachment, his supporters were pouring in financially to support his re-election.
“While the Democrats in the House of Representatives were pressing ahead with the partisan campaign to remove their president, donations came in droves from Trump’s supporters,” she said in the same interview.
In fact, collections reached $10 million in just 48 hours. “That’s just 48 hours, so two days, $5 million dollars a day,” Tim Murtaugh, Trump’s campaign communications director, told Hill.TV, emphasizing, “The president’s re-election campaign gets bigger and stronger.
President Trump’s daughter concluded by referring to the facts, according to which more than 50 percent of Americans rejected that impeachment, as did all Republican congressmen and some Democrats.
“More than 50 percent of America thinks we shouldn’t be in this position and that the president shouldn’t have been impeached,” Ivanka Trump said.
“And we have the agreement of every single Republican member of Congress and a handful of Democrats as well,” she added immediately.
She concluded by stressing that the final decision will be in the hands of the American people, referring perhaps to the re-election that will be defined next year.