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Scott Radcliffe
8 September 2022 - 00:10 AM
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it will certainly have consequences that some have detailed. on the balance the worse precedent to set is that a president is above the law.
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Luke Britt
24 August 2022 - 20:34 PM
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If crimes were committed, of course he should be indicted. The mere existence of a debate suggests serious flaws in citizens' commitment to justice for all.
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mmuluneh@kpd-i.com
24 August 2022 - 16:52 PM
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Interesting topic
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dstone1683@aol.com
21 August 2022 - 12:57 PM
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Everyone, including a POTUS must be held accountable for serious criminal actions.
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Bob Peterson
15 August 2022 - 22:30 PM
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Like it or not let the political process be the preferred route. Heaven forbid he be re-elected for the resulting revenge will be worse than bloody. My optimism for the…
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allen snook
15 August 2022 - 14:39 PM
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Trump must be indicted in order to litigate the important issues that have been raised. Either he has broken the law or the justice department has engaged in political persecution.…
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fallonwm@gmail.com
14 August 2022 - 23:26 PM
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Absolutely. No one is above the law. Not even Donald Trump.
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Bob Benitez
14 August 2022 - 20:31 PM
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Considering the efforts of the Obama administration of the false claims of criminal, perhaps even traitorous, Trump collusion with Russia, the 2 failed impeachment attempts, the talk of a 3rd…
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August 12, 2022

Agree to Disagree: Should Trump Be Indicted?

After a series of prime-time hearings from the January 6th Committee and hundreds of charges against individuals who participated in the events of that day, the Department of Justice faces a complex political and legal question: Should it charge Donald Trump with federal crimes? Those calling on Attorney General Merrick Garland to act argue that no person is above the law and that the Committee's investigations have unearthed more than enough evidence to bring a variety of charges against the former president. But still others warn that indicting a former president — who has signaled interest in returning to the campaign trail in 2024— and who enjoys considerable support in the Republican party will even further fraction the nation's political divisions. Would indicting President Trump set a dangerous precedent and deepen political hostility in the run-up to a major presidential election? Or would failing to indict him prove even worse?
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