Trump Portrays Dems as Whining Toddlers in Tweet Storm “They will always scream UNFAIR!”

In a Wednesday tweet storm, President Trump portrayed Democrats as whining toddlers who “will always scream UNFAIR.”

Trump tweeted:

No matter how many witnesses you give the Democrats, no matter how much information is given, like the quickly produced Transcripts, it will NEVER be enough for them.

They will always scream UNFAIR. The Impeachment Hoax is just another political CON JOB!

Remember Republicans, the Democrats already had 17 witnesses, we were given NONE! Witnesses are up to the House, not up to the Senate. Don’t let the Dems play you!

Why didn’t John Bolton complain about this “nonsense” a long time ago, when he was very publicly terminated. He said, not that it matters, NOTHING!

According to a new report from TheHill, Senate Republicans now believe they have the votes to block witnesses after last night McConnell warned they did not have the votes to block witnesses yet.

So far Republican Senators Mitt Romney and Susan Collins have been the only two to openly signal they would likely vote with Democrats for witnesses.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reportedly met with Senator Lisa Murkwoski for 20-30 minutes as Murkowski has been seen as a wild card.

Multiple Senators expressed optimism “We’re going to get it done by Friday, hopefully,” Sen. Mike Rounds (R – South Dakota) said.

Senator Mike Braun (R- Indiana) was also cautiously optimistic, saying “I think I can say the mood is good…If I had to guess, no witnesses”

The Hill reports was clear to Senate Republicans on Wednesday after a morning meeting between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) that the question of having additional witnesses is settled, and the Senate will vote Friday to wrap up the impeachment trial of President Trump.

There was no discussion of witnesses at a Senate GOP lunch meeting Wednesday, which was held a couple hours after McConnell and Murkowski met for about 20 to 30 minutes.

That was seen as a sign by several senators that Democrats will fail to convince four Republicans to join them in calling for witnesses. Without a vote to hear from witnesses, the trial could end as soon as Friday.

“We’re going to get it done by Friday, hopefully,” Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said following the meeting.

Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), emerging from the lunch, said, “I think I can say the mood is good.”

Braun expressed confidence that McConnell will be able to keep his conference unified enough to defeat a motion to consider subpoenas for additional witnesses and documents.

“If I had to guess, no witnesses,” he said.

“We’ll be in a place where I think everyone is going to have their mind made up and I believe that we’ll be able to move to a verdict, and the witness question will be clear at that point,” Braun added.

Murkowski did not attend the lunch.