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Episode #886: Actions Were Terrible
First Broadcast: 2/22/21
Repeated: 3/1/21
The second impeachment trial of now former President Donald Trump is over and done with, and even though the Senate voted 57 to 43 to convict, that total fell short of the 2/3 requirement mandated by the Constitution, so he was acquitted. However, that is far from the end of Trump's legal problems, as there are now no less than 7 separate situations that could find him back in court in the near future. In no particular order:

On top of this: Is it too much to ask for the Senate to officially declare that Trump is ineligible to ever hold public office again in this country, since he violated the 14th Amendment when he engaged in insurrection against the United states on January 6th? Because, as Representative Ted Lieu said, "I'm not afraid of Donald Trump running again in four years. I'm afraid he'll run again and lose because he can do this again." Well put.

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