To the Editor:
We are approaching the final arguments and the vote on the articles of impeaching a first term president Donald J Trump. The country is waiting and watching the Senate. The Senate has already voted to have a trial without witnesses. The majority Senators voted on a partisan line. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stated he will be working closely with the White House and will follow their instruction about the trail. We the American people have witness one of our great political parties fall from grace to support a president and not support our Constitution.
The house managers and the president’s lawyers have stated their evidence at the trial. Now we have come to which side presented arguments of proof that the president is guilty or innocent of the charges. The final arguments will be this week. As well as the final vote. Now for the final questions I have for both parties.
Did the Senate refusal to hear witnesses suggest that the President is guilty?
Do you believe the president is guilty?
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