CNN Implodes Over Trump's Acquittal Speech: He's in 'Deep Psychological Distress'
John Harwood unloads of president calling his speech 'dark'
Leftist CNN commentator John Harwood responded to President Donald Trump's post-impeachment acquittal speech in the White House, calling it "disturbing" and "dark."
Trump addressed “dirty cops” in the US intelligence community for "phony" Russia investigation.
“It was corrupt, it was dirty cops, and this should never happen to another president, ever," Trump said.
"It’s a disgrace … it was bad people. If this had happened to President Obama a lot of people would have been in jail for many years,” the President added.
Harwood and other left-wing commentators at CNN unloaded on Trump:
“Look, this was a very disturbing tableau for the country,” Harwood said.
“It was dark because he’s made clear that his mind is dark. This is someone who is in deep psychological distress right now, self-pitying, insecure, angry.”
Harwood mocked the president, saying, "he doesn’t recognize abstract concepts like right and wrong, like morality or immorality, like true or false.”
Leftist Axios reporter Alexi McCammond also claimed the president was attempting to play on “the inherent tribalism that I think a lot of people feel since President Trump was elected.”
Trump was acquited in a Senate trial on Wednesday.
A two-thirds majority of 67 senators would have been required to remove him.
Republican Mitt Romney voted in favor of convicting Trump, becoming the on senator in history to vote to remove a president from his own party in an impeachment trial.
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The House speaker said during a press conference on Capitol Hill:
“Yesterday the Senate acted — the first time in history — that a senator has voted against his own president in a decision regarding impeachment."
“God bless him for his courage," Pelosi said.
Trump called out the “dishonest and corrupt people” responsible for his impeachment.
Trump, who did not specifically name House Democrats who approved two articles of impeachment against him in December, he said America has gone through “a terrible ordeal.”