Trump: 'Sick Guy’ Schiff is 'Sweating Like a Dog' Because He Knows I'm Winning
Trump described the process as 'impeachment light' during rally
Trump blasted Schiff as “sick,” “crazy,” and “shifty” as the crowd cheered.
“He’s a sick puppy, but you know what?” Trump asked.
“Today, I hit my highest poll numbers since I got elected.”
The president then suggests Schiff was having a hard time sleeping during the impeachment trial.
“He lies awake at night shifting and turning, shifty, shifting and turning in his bed, sweating like a dog,” Trump said.
Trump imitated Schiff’s voice, saying: “‘How am I going to get him, he didn’t do anything wrong, how am I going to get him?'”
Meanwhile, Schiff was defending the Democrat case for impeaching Trump in the Senate impeachment trial.
Trump described the process as “impeachment light.”
“That’s not going to work,” he said.
“Watch. Just watch.”
“Why am I not worried? I should be worried.”
Though Trump recalled impeachment effort against President Richard Nixon and President Bill Clinton was a “dark period," he argued that his impeachment trial "is a happy period for us."
The president touted his recent achievements including:
“Shifty Schiff is a very sick person. He lies awake at night shifting and turning. Shifting and turning in his bed, sweating like a dog” pic.twitter.com/GSZfE07jD3— Jack Posobiec🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 31, 2020
“While we’re proudly creating jobs and killing terrorists, congressional Democrats are consumed with partisan rage and obsessed with a deranged witch hunt hoax,” Trump said.
On Wednesday, a series of newly resurfaced video clips spurred Trump and his supporters to highlight serious credibility questions, raised by both Democrats and Republicans.
Trump took to Twitter to share one video, declaring: "GAME OVER!"
Meanwhile, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took a much different tone on the outcome of the impeachment.
Pelosi argued that Trump would not be exonerated if the Senate acquits him because the trial would not be a fair one.
Pelosi told reporters, Trump "will not be acquitted.”
“You cannot be acquitted if you don't have a trial," the House speaker added."And you don't have a trial if you don't have witnesses and documentation.”