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'When you can't win the game, change the rules!' Donald claims Democrats have to change the guidelines since they don't have enough facts to impeach claimed Democrats have to change the guidelines because they don't have enough facts to move forward with impeachment  It appears the president is referencing the Judiciary Committee report Jerry Nadler detailed in the report the president's efforts to prohibit people from complying with congressional subpoenas  The president also quoted Marco Rubio, who claimed in an interview Sunday that Democrats are conducting a 'kangaroo court'  Rubio said Democrats have 'no evidence' the president committed an impeachable offense 

By Katelyn Caralle, U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:33 GMT, 8 December 2019 | Updated: 18:50 GMT, 8 December 2019

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Donald again decried the impeachment inquiry, claiming Democrats were changing the rules just hours before Monday's hearing to proceed with the investigation in the absence of facts.

'Less than 48 hours before start of the Impeachment Hearing Hoax, on Monday, the No Due Process, Do Nothing Democrats are, believe it or not, changing the Impeachment Guidelines because the facts are not on their side,' posted to Twitter Sunday morning.

'When you can't win the game, change the rules!' the president added.

It appears the president it referencing the House Judiciary Committee report released Saturday that outlines the constitutional grounds for impeachment.

Donald Trump claimed Sunday that Democrats have to change the guidelines for impeachment, insisting they don't have enough facts to move forward with the proceedings without shaking up the rules

Donald claimed Sunday that Democrats have to change the guidelines for impeachment, insisting they don't have enough facts to move forward with the proceedings without shaking up the rules

It appears Trump is referencing the Judiciary Committee report, released by Chairman Jerry Nadler on Saturday, which addresses the president's efforts to prohibit people from complying with congressional subpoenas

It appears is referencing the Judiciary Committee report, released by Chairman Jerry Nadler on Saturday, which addresses the president's efforts to prohibit people from

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