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I'm afraid soon no one will stop and consider just how effing ridiculous those charges are.

Trump, in trouble for encouraging a foreign leader to investigate obvious past corruption involving US politicians. It would be hilarious if it weren't some damned infuriating. Its like impeaching Sam Ervin for investigating Watergate.

 :yowsa: The problem is that Trump is urging that a former member of "The Club" be investigated for corruption and THAT is just something that cannot be allowed as it might take root.

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No one needs to worry about that. The republican Senate wouldn’t dare convict Trump on such flimsy, trumped-up charges.

My crystal ball, cracked as it may be, sees the potential for removing Trump under the 25th amendment. His public statements are growing more unhinged by each passing day. They're to the point of being embarrassing.

His constant bullying towards anyone who disagrees with him is not presidential. He's managed to make Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich look sympathetic, a hard feat to achieve.

Trump's penchant for "managing by chaos" is starting to turn off voters IMO, as evidenced by the polls showing more in favor for impeachment.

Feel free to criticize me, but I don't see Trump expanding his base, which he's going to need to do to get reelected.
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:yowsa: The problem is that Trump is urging that a former member of "The Club" be investigated for corruption and THAT is just something that cannot be allowed as it might take root.

I’m afraid you’re correct. That’s the lynchpin holding back the truth. They, (nearly) all of them, have been playing the citizenry for fools.

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My crystal ball, cracked as it may be, sees the potential for removing Trump under the 25th amendment. His public statements are growing more unhinged by each passing day. They're to the point of being embarrassing.



His Kurds didn't help us at Normandy in World War 2 comment sealed the deal for me.
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My crystal ball, cracked as it may be, sees the potential for removing Trump under the 25th amendment.

I think that is pure fantasy, actually. Less likely than impeachment and less likely than impeachment with conviction in the Senate. The latter I already find highly unlikely.

But we're in uncharted waters.


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