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  1. 1. In general, do you support Donald Trump?

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Absolutely, America has been desperately needing to divide itself even more than ever, be laughed at / pitied by the rest of the world and signal to the rest of said world that grabbing lady bits is O

Trump & Family are, and have been for years (decades?), up to their respective oxters to the likes of Deutsche Bank (DB) e.g. after defaulting on a loan to DB, him then trying and failing to count

You're missing the point. Anyone could post links to videos biased towards Trump too. It doesn't mean either are right but it only takes a small mount of clicking around to garner some facts and make

So Trump is having his own private party on Biden's Inauguration Day

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jan/18/trump-sendoff-ceremony-biden-inauguration-day

"In refusing to attend Biden’s inauguration, Trump becomes the first president in a century to choose not to be in attendance for his successor taking the presidential oath"

No surprise and probably for the best, but I feel a little cheated that we won't get to see closeups of his reactions at the inauguration!

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Trump is almost guaranteed to be let off because of the fact that a significant number of the 'jury' (i.e. Republican Senators) could be implicated if he is found guilty.

Senator Josh Hawley, for example, was one of the most active 'stop the steal' conspirators, was at the pre-riot rally firing up the troops and started a fundraising campaign during the actual riot, and has reportedly not even been ion the Senate floor to hear the evidence against Trump. But he gets a vote.

How many Republican Senators would be willing or able to listen impartially to the evidence without considering their own political careers and their loyalties to colleagues? 17 of them need to vote against Trump, the most popular (populist?) Republican candidate in a generation. 

IMHO the US impeachment process isn't fit for purpose. It should really be a matter for the Supreme Court as they are (on paper) free from political influence.

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