January 14 – After the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the impeachment bill, Trump became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice during his term.
The Washington Post exposed Trump’s current situation in the White House on the 13th: isolated by allies, his political allies who once supported him have not defended him in the impeachment case.
U.S. media said that less than seven days before the end of his term, Trump’s “circle” is shrinking, the White House office is emptying, and Trump is attacking the rest of the people.
Trump was angry when his “allies” did not strongly defend outside remarks about his “inciting congressional riots” according to people working inside the White House.
In addition to being angry with Pence, Trump’s relationship with one of his strongest allies, Giuliani, is also breaking down, according to people familiar with the matter.
Trump has even instructed aides not to pay Giuliani’s lawyer fees.
Meanwhile, Trump was frustrated when the impeachment occurred because he was defended by few people in the White House, including press secretary Kelly McEnany, senior adviser Kushner, economic adviser Kudlow, national security adviser O’Brien, and Chief of Staff Meadows.