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J.D. Vance Finds ‘Impeachment Time Bomb’ Aimed at Trump

via Senator J.D. Vance
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Senator J.D. Vance has raised concerns about the $95 billion Senate bill to fund the Ukraine War, highlighting what he calls an “impeachment time bomb” aimed at former President Donald Trump if he were to win reelection.

Vance emphasized that the bill would fund Ukraine through September 30, 2025, nearly a year into a possible second term for Trump, potentially leading to a situation similar to the one that led to Trump’s impeachment in 2019.

“Buried in the bill’s text is an impeachment time bomb for the next Trump presidency if he tries to stop funding the war in Ukraine. We must vote against this disastrous bill,” Vance wrote on X.

“This is insane,” Elon Musk commented.

“The bill includes $1.6 billion for foreign military financing in Ukraine, and $13.7 billion for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative. These funds expire on September 30, 2025—nearly a year into the possible second term of President Trump,” Vance wrote.

“The false argument put forward by Democrats was/is as follows: as President Trump had allegedly paused these funds because he wished to see the corrupt nexus between the Biden family and Ukraine investigated, President Trump had abused his power, with the aim of interfering with the U.S. presidential election,” Vance said.

Vance warned that if Trump attempted to withdraw or pause financial support for the war in Ukraine, it could lead to another impeachment effort.

“If President Trump were to withdraw from or pause financial support for the war in Ukraine in order to bring the conflict to a peaceful conclusion, ‘over the objections of career experts,’ it would amount to the same fake violation of budget law from the first impeachment, under markedly similar facts and circumstances.”

“Partisan Democrats would seize on the opportunity to impeach him once again. The Washington Post has reported that tying President Trump’s hands on foreign policy is very much top of mind for Biden administration officials,” who, Vance said, “are openly boasting about their plans.”

He urged his Republican colleagues to oppose the bill, and former Trump Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell echoed the sentiment.

“The supplemental represents an attempt by the foreign policy blob/deep state to stop President Trump from pursuing his desired policy, and if he does so anyways, to provide grounds to impeach him and undermine his administration. All Republicans should oppose its passage.”

“Remove the impeachment time bomb from the Senate bill – or vote no. How ridiculous is this secret set of handcuffs!!?? WOW,” Grenell wrote on X.

The Senate is set to vote on the bill, which requires 60 votes to pass.

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