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Joe Biden Thinks Mickey Mouse Can Beat Donald Trump in 2020 Election

Joe Biden thinks Mickey Mouse could beat Donald Trump in the upcoming 2020 election.

The 77-year-old former United States vice president and presidential hopeful shared his thoughts in an interview on the MSNBC program Morning Joe on Tuesday (February 11).

When asked about the idea that certain candidates will not be able to beat Trump in the election, Joe responded, “I refuse to suggest any Democrat can lose. I think we could run Mickey Mouse against this president and have a shot.”

Mickey Mouse then became one of Twitter’s top trends in politics, leaving many users confused.

“Wow saw Mickey Mouse trending and thought he died,” one person tweeted, while another wrote, “President Mickey Mouse isn’t so far-fetched considering the fact that we currently have Donald Schmuck.”

ICYMI, hear what Joe Biden had to say about Donald Trump‘s impeachment inquiry, and see all of the celebrity cameos in the Saturday Night Live Democratic debate.

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Donald Trump Responds to Senate Impeachment Trial Vote With Meme Implying He'll Be in Office Forever

Donald Trump is mocking his political enemies.

The 73-year-old President of the United States spoke out for the first time since being acquitted by the Senate in his impeachment trial on Wednesday (February 5).

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The tweet features a video of Trump campaign signs going past 2020, including Trump 2024, Trump 2028 and Trump 2032, going all the way to “Trump 4eva,” implying that he will never leave office.

Trump was accused of abusing his power by pressuring Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, and of obstructing Congress in an effort to cover it up. The Senate ultimately voted to acquit. He’s now the third president to be impeached, and the third to be acquitted.

See how the President of the United States reacted to his acquittal…

Donald Trump Acquitted in Impeachment Trial

Donald Trump has been acquitted in his ongoing impeachment trial, thus bringing it to an end.

The Senate made the vote on Wednesday (February 5) regarding whether he violated the Constitution in his dealings with Ukraine.

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The first article, for abuse of power, received 48 votes for guilty and 52 to acquit. All 47 Democrats and independents voted guilty, including Senator Mitt Romney. The remaining 52 Republicans voted not guilty.

A two-thirds majority (67 senators) is required for conviction. They voted 47-53 on the second article, for obstruction of Congress.

Trump was accused of abusing his power by pressuring Ukraine to investigate former vice President Joe Biden, and of obstructing Congress in an effort to cover it up.

Mitt Romney became the first senator in U.S. history to vote to convict a president of his own party.

“The President is guilty of an appalling abuse of the public trust. Corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one’s oath of office that I can imagine,” he said.

“We should agree this is the kind of recklessness the Senate was created to stop,” countered Mitch McConnell, who said it was part of a broader Democratic attack on institutions, after they failed to win elections.

He’s now the third president to be impeached, and the third to be acquitted.

Nancy Pelosi Tears Up Donald Trump's State of the Union 2020 Speech (Video)

Nancy Pelosi is going viral for her immediate action following President Donald Trump‘s 2020 State of the Union speech.

The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives was seen tearing up the President’s speech immediately after it concluded on Tuesday evening (February 4).

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The speech was largely centered around promoting economic and trade accomplishments during his administration.

Nancy asked the House to begin drafting impeachment charges against Trump back in December.

Watch Nancy Pelosi‘s response…

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Billy Porter Addresses Trump in 'LGBTQ State of the Union' 2020 (Video)

Billy Porter is delivering his “LGBTQ State of the Union.”

The 50-year-old Pose star gave the speech for Logo’s second annual event on Tuesday (February 4), just ahead of President Donald Trump‘s third State of the Union address to the nation.

“Last year, I told you that the state of our union is strong,” Billy said. “While it certainly has been battered, our union is far from broken. Now, in 2020, our responsibility as citizens has been more evident.”

Billy asked viewers to make sure to vote in 2020 to bring an end to Trump‘s presidency, which Billy called “one of the biggest crises of my lifetime.”

He called out Trump‘s ban on transgender people in the U.S. military “with a tweet,” his support of the rule that would let health care professionals refuse LGBTQ people medical procedures, his proposal to allow single-sex homeless shelters to not let in transgender people, and more.

Donald J. Trump has painted himself as a friend of the LGBTQ community, while revealing his true colors at every malicious turn,” Billy continued. “This heinous violence against trans people, which disproportionately affects trans women of color is nothing short of an epidemic. We must confront it as a community and as a country, and we must elect officials who recognize it for the crisis that it is.”

In his speech, Billy also addressed gun violence, climate change, immigrants, and women’s reproductive rights: “The fate of the entire country is in the balance. I know it sounds dramatic, but if now is not the time for drama, child, when is?”

“Remember that we have far more that connects us than sets us apart,” he added. “So, love one another, take care of one another, and let’s secure the future for those who will inherit it. In the words of the great James Baldwin, ‘Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.’”

Watch his full speech now.

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