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Donald Trump Asks for Prayers After Slamming Nancy Pelosi for Saying She Prays for Him

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After numerous hearings and markups since the inquiry was first announced in September, the Democratic House of Representatives is expected to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday.

Though Trump will all but certainly be vindicated by the Republican Senate, the impeachment will forever impact his presidency, and—judging from his tweets the morning of the vote—he's fully aware of that.


The President posted a tweet on Wednesday morning asking his supporters to say a prayer.

The tweet came only a day after the President sent an erratic six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), part of which expressed skepticism that Pelosi prays for the President, which she's previously asserted she does often.

Trump said in the letter:

"Even worse than offending the Founding Fathers, you are offending Americans of faith by continually saying 'I pray for the President,' when you know this statement is not true, unless it is meant in a negative sense. It is a terrible thing you are doing, but you will have to live with it, not I!"

Pelosi, admitting she'd been too busy to read the letter in full, called the letter "ridiculous" and "sick."

People seemed more skeptical of Trump's prayers than Pelosi's.




People were busy with different prayers than the kind Donald requested.




The House is expected to debate articles of impeachment on the floor for six hours before officially impeaching Trump.