During Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1998, Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein asserted impeachment detracts from America’s international standing and therefore believed his Senate trial “should be brought to conclusion as quickly as possible, and then let’s get on with it.”

The interviewer asks Feinstein: “How destabilizing is it to the system if [the trial] isn’t over quickly?”

She responds: “Well I’ve read most of the press from other countries, and as you know, it’s universal that no one can understand what is happening and that most of the leaders of these other countries really believe that we’re tearing at the fabric of the presidency at a time when the United States is really important in the world in terms of peace and stability. The world is a more uncertain place now than it has been in the last 10 years and having a strong American President out there is important and all of this goes to diminish that, so I’m one that believes it should be brought to conclusion as quickly as possible, and then let’s get on with it.

During President Trump’s impeachment, there has been no shortage of Democrats trying to undermine him on the world stage:

On September 24th, the same day President Trump spoke at the UN declaring “The Future Does Not Belong To Globalists”, Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry.

On December 4th, while President Trump attended the NATO Summit, Democrats held their first public impeachment hearing.

On January 15th, while President Trump signed phase 1 of the US-China trade deal, Pelosi sent the impeachment articles over to the Senate after a nearly month long delay.


And now, the commencement of the Senate trial is set to overlap with the World Economic Forum in Davos where President Trump will be in attendance.

Coincidence? War Room: Impeachment thinks not.

Despite Democrat’s newfound love for America, the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers, they still are desperate to undermine President Trump and his America First agenda on the world stage.