President Donald Trump delivered over an hour of rambling outrage on Thursday during a speech in East Room of the White House in which he crowed about his acquittal in a rigged impeachment trial and personally attacked those he considers his enemies.

Senate Republicans acquitted Trump on Wednesday, with Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) as the only Republican who voted to convict.

On Thursday, Trump staged a “victory” celebration speech stacked with supporters to make sure he received nothing but cheers and applause.

As the remarks unfolded, the speech turned into a list of grievances as Trump bashed every investigation against him.

“We’ve been going through this now for over three years,” Trump whined. “It was evil, it was corrupt, it was dirty cops, it was leakers and liars. And this should never, ever happen to another president, ever.”

He then suggested people should go to jail for investigating him.

“If this happened to President Obama, a lot of people would have been in jail for a long time already, many, many years,” he said.

Of course, many of Trump’s associates, including Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, are in jail because of the Russia investigation, which Trump went on to criticize by using an expletive at a time when Republicans are complaining about supposed “incivility” from Democrats.

“We first went through “Russia, Russia, Russia,”” he said. “It was all bullshit.”

Except it wasn’t. In fact, Mueller listed several instances of obstruction committed by Trump and concluded that Russia did interfere with the 2016 Election.

Trump then lavished praise on his defenders, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) being among them, and once again lied about the transcript of his Ukraine phone call and insisting he did “nothing wrong,” thus embarrassing Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine), who claimed prior to acquittal that Trump “learned his lesson.”

If all of that was not bad enough, Trump then subjected everyone to his list of imaginary accomplishments, starting with overplaying his 2016 narrow win.

And he also held up a newspaper emblazoned with the headline “Trump Acquitted” and claimed it was a “total acquittal.”

But that’s also a lie. “Total acquittal” would imply he got a 100-0 vote in the Senate, which couldn’t be further from the truth.

Mitt Romney joined Democrats in being the first Senator in history to vote against a president in their own party in an impeachment vote, resulting in a bipartisan vote to convict. He was acquitted, but that vote was partisan. There’s no changing that. Plus, an acquittal does not equal exoneration.

Needless to say, it was a full-on rant that had many conservatives shaking their heads in disgust.

This was a propaganda speech designed to put targets on Trump’s critics and opponents while desperately trying to write the history of his administration as if he’s the real victim. In the end, Trump is not a victim. He’s an a**hole on a crime spree, and Republicans are his willing accomplices.

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