Trump bemoans 'stigma' of impeachment

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump fires intelligence community inspector general who flagged Ukraine whistleblower complaint Trump organization has laid off over 1000 employees due to pandemic: report Trump invokes Defense Production Act to prevent export of surgical masks, gloves MORE in a tweet on Sunday bemoaned the “stigma” of impeachment as Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiTrump says he opposes mail-in voting for November On The Money: Economy sheds 701K jobs in March | Why unemployment checks could take weeks | Confusion surrounds 9B in small-business loans The bipartisan neutering of the Congressional Budget Office MORE (D-Calif.) prepares to send House-passed articles of impeachment against him to the Senate as early as this week.

The president in his post again condemned House Democrats for impeaching him and claimed that he did “NOTHING wrong.”

"Why should I have the stigma of Impeachment attached to my name when I did NOTHING wrong?" he asked.

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“Read the Transcripts! A totally partisan Hoax, never happened before,” he added. “House Republicans voted 195-0, with three Dems voting with the Republicans. Very unfair to tens of millions of voters!”

Trump in a separate tweet said Pelosi allowed House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffTrump fires intelligence community inspector general who flagged Ukraine whistleblower complaint Hannity blasts criticism of Fox News: 'I have taken this seriously' Pelosi forms House committee to oversee coronavirus response MORE (D-Calif.) to embellish the contents of the president's phone call with the Ukrainian president, which sparked the impeachment inquiry.

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“Why did Nervous Nancy allow corrupt politician Shifty Schiff to lie before Congress?” he posted. “He must be a Witness, and so should she!”

The president’s tweets came after Pelosi and Schiff appeared in separate broadcast interviews.

Both lawmakers said the House might subpoena former national security adviser John BoltonJohn BoltonChina sees chance to expand global influence amid pandemic Trump ignores science at our peril Bolton defends decision to shutter NSC pandemic office MORE, who has said he is willing to testify before the Senate. Pelosi also said it was possible that other articles of impeachment against the president would be submitted.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellOvernight Health Care: CDC recommends face coverings in public | Resistance to social distancing sparks new worries | Controversy over change of national stockpile definition | McConnell signals fourth coronavirus bill On The Money: Economy sheds 701K jobs in March | Why unemployment checks could take weeks | Confusion surrounds 9B in small-business loans 13 things to know for today about coronavirus MORE (R-Ky.) has said there will be no new witnesses or new documentation in a Senate trial, at least before the opening statements.