Trump turns to Twitter to beg for prayers ahead of impeachment vote

Trump turns to Twitter to beg for prayers ahead of impeachment vote

- President Donald Trump has called on all his supporters to pray for him ahead of the planned impeachment against him

- Trump said he has done nothing wrong and should not be impeached by the Democratic Party

- Trump added that such an inquiry against any other future president of the United States of America should be prevented

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On Wednesday, President Donald Trump pleaded with all Americans and foreigners to pray for him over the impeachment enquiry against him.

In a tweet on his personal Twitter page, Trump said he did nothing wrong to warrant an impeachment, which he accused the opposition party of staging.

Continuing, Trump added that while such move against him was terrible, it should never again happen to another president.

Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Trump was formally impeached by the House of Representatives and will now face a trial in the Senate.

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"Can you believe that I will be impeached today by the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats, AND I DID NOTHING WRONG! A terrible Thing. Read the Transcripts. This should never happen to another President again. Say a PRAYER!" Trump said in a tweet.

Meanwhile, it was previously reported that the process of impeaching Trump is said to have been planned by the Democrats.

However, the process by the US House of Representatives has sharply divided Americans.

The bitterly-divided House of Representatives voted to endorse the Democratic-led impeachment enquiry into Trump's administration.

Donald Trump begs for prayers ahead impeachment vote

Donald Trump has pleaded for prayers from his well-wishers
Source: UGC

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Also, in a recent reaction to the impeachment process against Trump, a former minister of aviation in Nigeria, Femi Fani-Kayode, said that such a process would fail.

Fani-Kayode's warning against the impeachment plan to remove Trump from power said no matter how hard the Democrats tried - and even if the House of Representatives manages to impeach him - Trump would not be removed from office.

Making his predictions on Facebook, Fani-Kayode said Trump will not only survive the impeachment process but would also emerge victorious in the 2020 presidential election.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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