PRESIDENT Donald Trump headed to Alamo, Texas, on Tuesday and blasted the "ridiculous" impeachment bid against him as he made his way to the Mexico border wall.
Trump's visit to his signature border wall comes nearly one week since the US Capitol was breached by his supporters.
It also comes in his final days as the House is preparing to vote on the 25th Amendment.
Speaking to reporters outside the White House for the first time since the chaotic January 6 riots in Washington, DC, Trump said: "We want no violence. Never Violence.
During his brief talk with reporters - which took place moments before his flight to Texas - Trump dubbed his impeachment as a "continuation of the greatest witch hunt in the history of politics," a White House correspondent for Cheddar revealed.
"I think it’s causing tremendous anger," he added.
The president also dubbed the impeachment as "ridiculous, absolutely ridiculous."
Trump slams ‘ridiculous’ impeachment and says it’s ‘causing tremendous anger’ in first comments since Capitol riot
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