Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter say Trump will be impeached as a result of omnibus bill

Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter say Trump will be impeached as a result of omnibus bill
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Laura Ingraham and Ann Coulter apparently believe that President Donald Trump will be impeached as a result of his signing of the $1.3 trillion omnibus bill.

What did Trump sign, anyway?

On Friday, Trump announced that he signed the $1.3 trillion bill into law, noting that his hand was forced in the process.

Promising that he’d “never sign a bill like this again,” the president explained that it was his only real option, seeing that he wanted to be able to continue building the U.S. military.

Earlier in the day, Trump had threatened to veto the bill because it lacked action for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients and funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.

During a Friday news conference, Trump pointed out the increases that would be allocated to the military as a result of the bill.

“Our military is very depleted, but it’s rapidly getting better,” he explained. “And in a short amount of time, it will be stronger than it’s ever been. There will be nobody who will say that our military will be depleted, like they’ve said for a long period of time.”

So what did Ingraham and Coulter say?

While Trump’s signing of the bill averted a possible government shutdown, conservative supporters like Ingraham and Coulter were less than impressed with his decision to sign off on the bill.

For her part, Coulter started off by mocking the president’s decision to sign the bill.

In a Friday tweet, Coulter wrote, “Congratulations, President Schumer!”

She later indicated that Trump’s signing of the bill was the final nail in the coffin of impeachment.

“‘I will never sign another bill like this again,'” she mocked. “Yeah, because you’ll be impeached.”

Ingraham also seemed to agree that Friday would end up being a very dark day, indeed, for the Trump administration.

“Missed opportunity by @realDonaldTrump by signing this spending bill,” Ingraham wrote. “If he loses the House, Dems will go straight to impeachment.”