And the natural world has never been a less polluted, safer, more sustainable and harmonious place for all living creatures.
Now that the president has been solidly acquitted of Abuse of Power (no such high crime specified in the Constitution, losers) and Obstruction of Congress (the traitors don’t have the votes to make me obey their so-called “subpoenas”, losers) he is bringing the country back together again.
About the acts that led up to his impeachment, a hoax he is now trying to have “expunged” from history– he has been completely and totally vindicated. Any U.S. president, including Trump, can now comfortably do things like withholding military aid to an ally for three months, as they are under attack by a bellicose neighbor, as leverage to exact a personal political favor– as long as he TRULY, HONESTLY AND SINCERELY BELIEVES HE IS DOING IT IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE U.S.A. He can hide the records of his long campaign to pressure that ally without any consequences whatsoever. He can have his loyal party vote on acquittal after a trial without hearing any witnesses or seeing any new evidence. Fair is fair, and it’s always good to have the rules clarified.
To show he understands his impeachment far better than all the wise-ass, well-spoken “lawyers” who tried to make the totally bogus “legal” case against him, he reached down deep for some of his best words:
In a rare bit of eccentric copy editing, the New York Times quoted the eloquent, often uneditable, president on the rumor that he plans to replace loyal Mick Mulvaney, Koch-funded Tea Party zealot, as acting chief of staff. Mark Meadows, another Trump loyalist, has been traveling with the president to campaign events, leading to speculation about the change. Here is the Times, quoting the ever-quotable most powerful man in the world, to somewhat odd effect:
A great false relationship with Mark Meadows? Not hard to believe, I suppose. Everything is a self-interested transaction to the greatest president in American history. Ask any of his wives  or children, or members of his own party who dare to oppose any detail of his rule, or anyone of the countless “losers” he has ever exacted vengeance on for the ultimate crime of “disloyalty”. Loyalty to this man is a one way street.
That street is paved with fake gold and leads directly to the ever-angry childish ego of the most powerful man in the world. It is a street where that man could shoot somebody in the face, according to him and his own lawyers, with no consequence to him — particularly if he sincerely believes he is executing a sick and dangerous criminal traitor who desperately needs to die.
Ah, you’re better off watching this, which I pasted in here accidentally:
 One lurid example:
The punitive prenuptial agreement between Donald and Ivanka, The Donald’s first wife, was written by none other than Roy Cohn himself. Cohn, one of the most evil men who ever exerted undue influence in America, a self-hating gay homophobe who specialized in persecuting his enemies, using, among his most powerful tools, long-cultivated contacts in the press to rapidly spread lies advantageous to his clients, was Trump’s role model. Cohn died of AIDS he claimed was cancer, disbarred and under criminal indictment at the time of his death. Trump, who values loyalty above all else, turned his back on his long-time mentor as Cohn was dying.
When Trump’s original AG Jeff Sessions did the wrong thing (in Trump’s eyes), by following DOJ ethics lawyers’ solid legal advice about recusing himself from an investigation he’d already lied about under oath, Trump, after grunting “I’m fucked!” immediately attacked Sessions for not protecting him like “Roy Cohn”. “Where’s my Roy Cohn?” he cried out in anguish at the betrayal by DOJ “ethics” weasels who worked for him, seeking the protection of his mythical unconvicted criminal and unrepentant criminal fixer. Bagpiper Bill Barr stepped forward to give the president such snug, cozy protection it would have given Roy Cohn an erection.