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President Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a 'Lynching'

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President Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a 'Lynching'

President Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a 'Lynching'

President Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a 'Lynching' Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to express his opinions about the current impeachment inquiry looking into him.

The president's use of a word associated with historically racist and gruesome acts of murder caused immediate backlash.

Trump made his comments prior to acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor's testimony.

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