Last updated on October 9, 2019
Former US president Jimmy Carter has just two easy pieces of information for Donald Trump because he faces the danger of impeachment: tell the truth — and converse less.
Inspired by MSNBC concerning the position of his present-day successor, that has refused the congressional probe to his dealings with Ukraine as a”kangaroo courtroom,” that the Democrat, who turned 95, had strong words for Trump.
“I feel that is a death… from what American men and women expect,” Carter stated, following the White House blocked a leading US diplomat from testifying before the House of Representatives.
“So I believe that in itself will be another proof — yet another item of proof which may be used against him when he continues to stonewall and block the signs to be put forward into the House of Representatives and the Senate to think about,” he explained.
In terms of information, as Trump navigates this especially delicate moment in his presidency?
“My advice to him is to tell the truth… and to cut back on his Twitter feeds,” said Carter, who functioned as head of state from 1977 to 1981.
Carter, who became the first American president to make it to the age of 95, fell and hurt his head Sunday at his home in the southern state of Georgia.
However, he seemed the very next day in a volunteer website for the nonprofit Habitat for Humanity, with a dark eye and a bandage covering 14 stitches.