Maxine Waters claims there’s rumors Trump won’t leave WH, says to march him out

Unhinged Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters claim, during an interview, that there are rumors President Donald Trump won’t leave the White House and he should be marched out by the Secret Service or military.

Waters wasn’t clear on her source of this, but if she’s paying any attention to what’s going on around her, then she will know it’s not a rumor that the president has presented a challenge to the election and is actively trying to win. If Trump is successful, then he would clearly be able to remain in the White House.

However, Maxine Waters has been a Trump-hater for a very long time, possibly because he’s not a Democrat and Trump himself has criticized her numerous times for various reasons.

Waters interview took place on MSNBC and she stated the following:

We want him out, and we keep hearing these rumors about everything that he’s doing to try and stay in. We’ve even heard rumors that he said he’s not leaving. We want him out, and to tell you the truth, I don’t know exactly what you do with the president who has lost an election, and you have a new person who’s been elected to the presidency, and the old president is not wanting to leave. I don’t know what you do.

It’s unclear who “we” is that she’s referring to. Possibly it’s the Democratic Party or simply her and a few friends.

Waters went on:

My understanding, or what I would like to do, is I would like to see him marched out of there. … I don’t know whether it’s the Secret Service or whether it’s military or what have you, but he can’t stay. He can’t claim, you know, ownership of the White House. He doesn’t want to leave, and he’s doing everything possible, including talking about martial war [sic], et cetera, et cetera. We want him out of there. I know Nancy Pelosi is counting down the hours. She told me that also.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also made ludicrous comments about the president, suggesting she wanted to pull him out by his little hands and feet.

Meanwhile, Congress agreed on a stimulus relief bill that will send $600 to most Americans and President Donald Trump challenged that idea with the suggestion that Americans get $2,000 and less money goes to foreign aid.