Trump confronts crisis of his own making

Constitutional crisis, full speed ahead. “McConnell: No senate vote on Mueller protections,” (April 18) is no real news from the Republican partisan hack who stole the Obama appointed Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court seat.

Considering President Trump breaks the Constitution’s Emoluments clause every day (un?)intentionally manufacturing diversionary controversies on Twitter, which have become exhausting. One only wishes this Twitter transparency might apply to his conflicted tax returns, collusion, conflicts of interest or cabinet corruption that Robert Mueller III works methodically to expose.

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell helped make the Supreme Court Republican biased, adding to a Republican Congress and Senate not interested in following the rule of law; more like following the rule of the Republican Party. But, Trump’s transgressions will be exposed to be so much more than President Nixon’s Watergate crimes. A constitutional crisis confronts the Colluder-in-Chief.

Do we have to wait for the Nov. 6 mid-term flip? I say Bobby three sticks will get us there first.

Jay Lustgarten


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