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Senate Trial: Trump is Innocent and Should Defend Himself

Senate Trial: Trump is Innocent and Should Defend Himself

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The No-Show Option: Trump Could Sit Out The Senate Trial And Still Prevail

The No-Show Option: Trump Could Sit Out The Senate Trial And Still Prevail

Below is my column in the Hill on why President Donald Trump might want to consider skipping the upcoming Senate trial. This is an expanded version of that column. Rumors continue to suggest that Trump is considering Rudy Giuliani as counsel — a role that would be viewed as open contempt to the Senate and,…

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Fran Brown
Fran Brown
January 19, 2021

Whilst I agree with your rationale for Trump to defend himself, Alexander, and I also want to see him exonerated based on the evidence I’ve seen from ‘untainted’ sources, I do think that whatever he does, he is still going to be convicted and suffer for it. The people in control of America at this moment, are pursuing a vendetta against him, they are like a dog with a bone, they are not going to let go until there is no possible chance of him being re-elected in 2024. It doesn’t matter which political bias they hold, all politics in… Read more »

Greg
Greg
Reply to  Fran Brown
January 20, 2021

Well said, Fran. The word ‘Vendetta’ is most apt. While most of them are prepared to condemn him, despite their hypocrisy and cowardice, attending the trial will at least mitigate the damage. Because these people are spineless cowards they will attack without mercy if he isn’t at the trial to defend himself. Having observed events over the last few months and seen the GOP unwillingness to investigate nationwide electoral fraud (the Capitol Hill incidence gave those who had formerly said they would demand an investigation a get-out clause, which they happily took) I realise that, as you say, there is… Read more »

Luka-The-K9
Reply to  Greg
January 20, 2021

Meanwhile: incisive observation and analysis…

“TG 242: Trump’s Last Few Hours: Whom Will He Pardon?”

Fran Brown
Fran Brown
Reply to  Greg
January 20, 2021

Yes, Greg, and putrid is right, politics is putrid these days. There have been no conviction politicians since Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, people who believed in what they were doing and held the civil servants to account. We now have laissez faire management of civil servants in Britain, who obstruct every policy THEY don’t agree with, rather than getting on and doing what ministers tell them to do. I suspect America is much the same, although I really don’t know enough about how the USA works. I’m glad I’m towards the end of my life, the greater part of… Read more »

Leslie Webb
Leslie Webb
January 22, 2021

Alexander,
I agree that Trump would be better off politically if he stood trial and defended himself with evidence. However, his accusers are insane. If Trump submits to a trial, won’t they try to execute him forthwith? Wouldn’t he be safer holing up in an unknown location?

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