President Donald Trump tried to paint pursuer Adam Schiff as a pitiful Looney Tunes character Wednesday as Democrats sketched out their case against him in his impeachment trial – while a team of lawmakers used their own color TV snippets to ensnare the president. Flying back from Switzerland, Trump retweeted a cartoon short in the style of a Coyote and Road Runner cartoon. His aide Dan Scavino had earlier tweeted it out during the president’s trip overseas. The 90-second sketch did its best to ridicule the impeachment trial that Democrats have described as a serious affair with grave stakes for the republic. In the cartoon, which offers apologize to cartoon great Chuck Jones, the California impeachment manager is drawn with computer animation to look represent Wile E. Coyote, who just can’t seem to land his prey. Instead, Schiff T. Coyote ends up getting crushed under a giant boulder, slammed by a catapult bearing the name of former special counsel Robert Mueller, and nearly run down by the ‘Trump Non Stop’ 2020 Express train. President Donald Trump retweeted a video depicting impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff as the hapless Wile E. Coyote Trump’s effort to ridicule his impeachment trial came as… Read full this story
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