NAVARRO: Sure. It’s a remarkable thing last week. On a single day, in New York, President Trump signed an historic trade deal with Japan.
Across the pond in Geneva, Switzerland, I led a White House delegation. We were able to get the most sweeping reform of an international organization in our history.
And it was crickets in the media despite the fact that those two deals alone — those two Trumpian victories — will generate billions of dollars for farmers, ranchers, workers, manufacturers — and really create thousands of jobs.
Instead, we got the second impeachment circus in three years. And — and make no mistake about this, Maria, make no mistake about this — this is nothing less than an attempted coup d’etat, an end run around the ballot box.