Trump Just Predictably Laid Into ‘Loser’ Republican Congressman Justin Amash After He Called For Trump’s Impeachment

President Donald Trump just added another name to his ever-expanding Twitter hit list.

This week’s trigger word was: “impeach,” and this time, the call came from inside the house.

The latest offender, Republican Rep. Justin Amash, said Robert Mueller’s report shows the president committing impeachable offenses.  That didn’t sit well with Trump even though he cleared his name and vindicated himself of obstruction charges.

In response, Trump tweeted he was never a fan of Amash and called the Michigan Representative “a total lightweight who opposes me and some of our great Republican ideas and policies just for the sake of getting his name out there through controversy.”

He continued carping on Amash in a successive tweet:

If he actually read the biased Mueller Report, “composed” by 18 Angry Dems who hated Trump, he would see that it was nevertheless strong on NO COLLUSION and, ultimately, NO OBSTRUCTION…Anyway, how do you Obstruct when there is no crime and, in fact, the crimes were committed by the other side? Justin is a loser who sadly plays right into our opponents hands!”

On Saturday, Amash became the first Republican to call for Trump’s impeachment by accusing the president of committing “impeachable conduct.”

He added that Attorney General William Barr misled the public by misrepresenting the Special Counsel’s report.

“While impeachment should be undertaken only in extraordinary circumstances, the risk we face in an environment of extreme partisanship is not that Congress will employ it as a remedy too often but rather that Congress will employ it so rarely that it cannot deter misconduct,” Amash tweeted.

After Trump raised the mallet and whacked the Republican mole, others reared their heads and put ol’ 45 back in his place.

While Amash came forward, the main commendable point was the fact that he was the only GOP legislator with the chutzpah to do so.

Mueller concluded there had been no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russian intel during the 2016 presidential election, but left it up to Congress to determine whether there had been obstruction.