NY Daily News Releases Impeachment Cover As W.H. Crumbles


Where would someone in his 70’s move if he wants to bask in a state’s year-round sun? If he wants to escape income tax and leave his kids a fortune sans inheritance tax? New York’s Daily News has a pretty good idea.

The Daily News could not wait for Donald Trump to get out of town as fast as his little electric golf cart could take him. Last week, the president traded in his primary residence in New York, New York for residency in Palm Beach, Florida. Of course, the paper pointed out, POTUS can run “but he can’t hide from scrutiny,” as the newspaper’s editorial staff wrote.

The president has been an embarrassment ever since he started his campaign in the 2016 presidential election.  The Daily News captured that sentiment in its huge headline on its cover page:


The president was not unique. Many New Yorkers exchange their winter coats for the Florida sun. President Richard Nixon moved to California, and President Dwight “Ike” Eisenhower went to Pennsylvania to retire.

In spite of what the president said, he might be motivated by the very powerful New York Attorney General (AG) Tish James and Manhattan District Attorney (DA) Cy Vance. No matter how suddenly and how fast the commander-in-chief decided to get out of Dodge, he cannot escape the long reach of New York law.

The man in the Oval Office tweeted:

‘The Whistleblower gave false information & dealt with corrupt politician Schiff. He must be brought forward to testify. Written answers not acceptable! Where is the 2nd Whistleblower? He disappeared after I released the transcript. Does he even exist? Where is the informant? Con!’

Source: Lance Scott’s Twitter Page.

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