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Should Donald J. Trump Be Impeached?

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Should Donald J. Trump be impeached?

A. B. Man III
07/09/2018


Yes, Trump should be impeached if Mueller finds Trump is compromised, conspired with the Russians to win the election, is a traitor or a Russian mole. Donald J. Trump and his campaign conspired with the Russians to win the election. Donald J. Trump is a traitor and may be a Russian mole. Trump is doing Putin's work and not the work of the American people. Trump is destroying America alliances while promoting Putin and Russia. Trump is attempting to destroy the public's faith in the impartiality of the FBI, law-enforcement and intelligence communities. Trump has obstructed justice, violated the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution, conspired with others to commit crimes against the United States. Trump is destroying America and harming America’s standing in the world daily. Yes Donald J. Trump should impeached.

Obstructing Justice, Violating the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution, Conspiring with Others to Commit Crimes Against the United States, and Attempting to Conceal Those Violations, Advocating Violence and Undermining Equal Protection Under the Law, Abusing the Pardon Power, Engaging in Conduct that Grossly Endangers the Peace and Security of the United States, Directing Law Enforcement to Investigate and Prosecute Political Adversaries for Improper and Unjustifiable Purposes, Undermining the Freedom of the Press.

Is serious consideration of impeachment fair? I think the answer is yes.  The evidence is now quite strong that Donald Trump committed  obstruction of justice. Many legal scholars believe a sitting president  cannot be charged with a crime. So the proper remedy for a president  credibly accused of obstructing justice is impeachment.

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