Until Tuesday morning, that is.
Trump sent out a tweet with a lot of remarks in all caps, where he was pointing out some economic numbers in a tone that suggested he didn’t feel very appreciated.
But it was the last three words — “Impeach the Pres.” — that are getting the most attention, mainly because they seem to contradict the preceding diatribe.
And some Twitter users were confused.
“Impeach the Pres.”— James Slattery (@jcslattery) October 15, 2019
Is he...is he calling for his own impeachment? What? pic.twitter.com/hdBigRlYbv
“...Impeach the Pres.”— Santa Claus, CEO (@SantaInc) October 15, 2019
Ummmm, ok. 🤨
Yeah. I think an intern has gone rogue.— Daniel Paul (@GordonPronto) October 15, 2019
It’s possible the president might have been trying to make a case that the economic numbers make it tough for opponents to impeach him and he simply forgot to connect “Impeach the Pres.” with the previous sentence, “Tough numbers for the Radical Left Democrats to beat!”
However, it appears that Trump’s advocacy of his own impeachment is a winning issue with many voters.
People seem to be in agreement with you on impeachment. pic.twitter.com/ZDR6BJSb63— 𝕋𝕚𝕒 𝔹𝕒𝕣𝕣𝕒𝕔𝕚𝕟𝕚 (@TiaBarracini) October 15, 2019
For once we agree. Impeach the Pres.— Lee 💙 (@houtski) October 15, 2019
Yes, you are correct, we should impeach the pres.— Michelle (@RageMichelle) October 15, 2019
Why don't you save yourself the headache and resign.
I AGREE! “Impeach The Pres. We’re On It Crazy Man 😳 pic.twitter.com/HExJqllu2H— Bridget, Gunsense Now (@macushla7) October 15, 2019
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.