The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in the Senate has been missing one important piece, but that could change.
The president has said he wants to attend the trial so he could look the Democrats in the faces and confront them on their sham.
And that is now more possible as Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has offered to have the president come to the trial as his guest.
“I’d love to go,” President Trump said. “Wouldn’t that be great? Wouldn’t that be beautiful? … Sit right in the front row and stare in their corrupt faces. I’d love to do it.”
A reporter challenged the president, asking him why he does not to go the Senate trial if he wants to do it.
“Don’t keep talking, because you may convince me to do it,” the president responded to the reporter, but said that his attorneys “might have a problem” with it.
But Sen. Paul likes the idea and has offered to bring the president to the trial as his guest.
“I heard @realDonaldTrump would like to attend the impeachment trial. Mr. President, would love to have you as my guest during this partisan charade,” he said.
“The more we hear from Adam Schiff, the more the GOP is getting unified against this partisan charade!” he said.
The Democrat House impeachment managers began their nonsense display of partisan propaganda on Wednesday and it was a rehash of everything that was said during the House impeachment inquiry.
There were no new bombshells, no secret recordings, no evidence that would, or should, have anyone believe that the duly elected President of the United States should be removed.
It was so boring and tedious that Sen. Paul was spotted doing a crossword puzzle during the sham show.
And one might expect that from a Republican senator who knows that this trial is a partisan hit job against the president.
What they likely did not expect was the fact that Democrat presidential candidate and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren was also spotted playing a game.
But Sen. Paul is not surprise. He has been critical of the impeachment of the president from the start, even calling it a “sham” in December during the impeachment inquiry.
“Over the past several weeks, we have seen sham hearings, selected witnesses, and Democrats who have contorted the facts to fit a fictional narrative,” he said. “This has been unnecessary, distracting, and counterproductive.
“The Senate will not continue this partisan abuse of power and should at once put an end to the charade,” he said.
And next week, when the president is likely acquitted, that is what they will do.