Trump rips Democratic donor behind impeachment campaign


Among them, one on the JFK files release, one congratulating "Fox & Friends" for a "Really great job and show!" and one - his first of the morning - attacking Tom Steyer, a billionaire philanthropist and Democratic activist who is now running TV ads across the country calling for Trump's impeachment.

Steyer's advertisement began running on multiple media outlets last week, urging viewers to call their members of congress to bring articles of impeachment. "Really great job and show!" just minutes after he criticized Steyer, calling the California billionaire activist "wacky" and "totally unhinged". Trump tweeted early Friday. He also spent more than $90 million supporting Democrats in the 2016 elections. "Yet today, people in Congress and his own administration know that this president is a clear and present danger, who's mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons".

The president also wished good luck to Joy Villa, a singer who wore a Trump-themed dress to this year's Grammy Awards and is now considering a congressional bid.

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President Trump, at left, is slamming liberal billionaire Tom Steyer, at right, for his multi-million dollar ad campaign calling for Trump's impeachment. The ad has aired on many cable news channels, and some have speculated that Trump responded to it after it was played on FOX News Friday morning.

The three-hour Fox talk show begins at 6:00 am; Trump tweeted about Steyer at 6:58 am.

Steyer himself has not ruled out a run for political office, including possibly a challenge to Senate incumbent Dianne Feinstein in 2018 or a presidential run in 2020.