KEY POINTS

  • Donald Trump spoke at a rally in Pennsylvania. 
  • President Trump presidential bid 2020. 
  • Donald Trump wants to make America great again. 

President Donald Trump was recently praised by his supporters for focusing on rebuilding the nation and putting America first.

On his Twitter account, the 2020 presidential candidate shared a photo of himself standing on a podium while at a recent rally in Pennsylvania.

“After years of rebuilding other nations, we are finally rebuilding our nation. In everything we do, we are putting America first! #KAG2020,” he captioned the snap.

President Trump’s hashtag is short for Keep America Great, which is the POTUS’s 2020 campaign slogan.

“Great speech. Great rally. Great group of Pennsylvanian patriots in attendance. Pennsylvania can’t wait to go red for Trump in 2020,” Twitter user @real_defender wrote.

“The needs of American taxpayers should always come first. Thank you, President Trump, for being the first POTUS to put America first!” Twitter user @ChatByCC said.

“It is amazing what President Trump has accomplished in the past 3 years. I can’t wait to see what the next 5 years are going to look like!” Twitter user @SexCounseling wrote.

However, some people also criticized the POTUS and questioned his credibility.

“But it’s not America first, right? It is the wealthy first. No cuts on military spend. Tax cuts for the wealthy. To pay for this, the poor get wage cuts and benefit cuts. The removal of food stamps. And the rich get richer. The trickle-up effect. Trump’s plutocracy,” Twitter user @SpockResists said.

“Your brand is intolerance, selfishness, ignorance, and greed. We will do better than you,” Twitter user @familyunequal said.

Meanwhile, President Trump also made headlines this week amid claims that his impeachment proceedings will push through after he was accused of abusing his power.

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel said that key Democratic leaders are expected to make a formal announcement regarding the POTUS’ impeachment. Engel said that they are just doing what they have to do.

Barry Berke, who presented the case against the president at a hearing, called Trump’s scheme so brazen.

“The scheme by President Trump was so brazen, so clear, supported by documents, actions, sworn testimony, uncontradicted contemporaneous records that it's hard to imagine that anybody could dispute those acts, let alone argue that that conduct does not constitute an impeachable offense or offenses,” he said.

President Trump has been challenging the Democrats to push through with his impeachment proceedings, and he seems unfazed by the controversy that he is involved in.

On Twitter, Melania Trump’s husband has been retweeting messages of support from Republicans. He also threw shade at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for saying that the president abused his power for his own political benefit at the expense of the country’s national security.