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Response to louis c (Original post)

Mon Sep 24, 2018, 01:39 PM

9. I get that the Constitution (by necessity)

should make it hard to remove an elected POTUS. But, by the same token, perhaps it made it a bit *too* hard?

Of course, I'm not sure that the founders ever contemplated something like a Trump Presidency flanked by a totally compliant majority party (the founders didn't consider parties being a factor) in Congress, which may have been compromised- in part or in full- by a foreign power itself.

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