President TrumpDonald John TrumpWhite House counsel didn’t take lead on Trump letter to Pelosi: reportsTrump endorses Riggleman in Virginia House raceLisa Page responds to ‘vile’ Trump attacks: ‘Being quiet isn’t making this go away’MORE went after the late Rep. John DingellJohn DingellTrump rips Michigan Rep. Dingell after Fox News appearance: ‘Really pathetic!’Democratic lawmakers, 2020 candidates pay tribute to ConyersEnergy efficiency cannot be a partisan issue for WashingtonMORE (D-Mich.) at his rally in Michigan Wednesday night, saying maybe hes looking up instead of down.

The president was discussing how he gave Dingell A+ treatment after he died by lowering the flags to half-staff and how his wife, Rep. Debbie DingellDeborah (Debbie) Ann DingellTrump rips Michigan Rep. Dingell after Fox News appearance: ‘Really pathetic!’Progressives hopeful for deal with Pelosi to avert showdown on drug pricesPro-trade group launches media buy as Trump and Democrats near deal on new NAFTA MORE (D-Mich.), thanked him.

She calls me up, Thats the nicest thing that ever happened. Thank you so much. John would be so thrilled. Hes looking down. Hed be so thrilled, Trump quoted the congresswoman as saying.

The president then added, Maybe hes looking up I dont know But lets assume hes looking down. 

Trump laments that Debbie Dingell voted to impeach him despite the fact that he allowed the normal state funeral to proceed for her late husband, former Rep. John Dingell. Trump then suggests John Dingell is in hell — to audible groans. pic.twitter.com/wsYfddNIA9

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Trump then criticized Rep. Debbie Dingell for voting to support impeachment after she made most profuse thank you that you could ever get following her husbands death.

Now, they talk about this phony impeachment, and shes up there, Well, we have to look seriously at our president because he may have violated the Constitution of the United States, he said, which was met with boos from the audience.

Former Rep. John Dingell was the longest-serving member of Congress and died at age 92 in February. His wife succeeded him in office in 2015.

Trump held a rally in Battle Creek, Mich., as House Democrats voted to accept two articles of impeachment against him: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He will now face a trial in the GOP-controlled Senate.