Civil Politics (2/7/20): A Cavalcade of Democracy


Further Reading:

Trump Fires Gordon Sondland Hours After Dismissing Impeachment Witness Alexander Vindman –

In another Trump win, court tosses Democrats’ suit over his businesses –

President Trump makes dig at Romney and Pelosi –

Beginning Music: Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation #5
Ending Music: Electronic – Getting Away With it (Instrumental)

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One thought on “Civil Politics (2/7/20): A Cavalcade of Democracy

  1. To retain presidential power illegally, Trump would need to prevent a duly elected POTUS from being sworn in by the Chief Justice as well as all statutorily authorized substitutes, all of whom would need to be willing to violate their own oaths.

    Trump wants to win reelection but does he want to govern? Not enough to risk a potential failure of a coup attempt is my hope.

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