Republicans have tried to sabotage the investigation into President Donald Trump’s involvement in the attempted overthrow of our democracy. How do these questionable U.S. senators look at themselves in the mirror?

Our previous president and his adult children are in for a long-overdue scrutiny of their business expenses and write-offs. The federal government has years of Trump’s taxes and expense accounts. The list of wrongdoing is, I suspect, long, and if it is, so will be the years they spend behind bars. I suspect Trump’s chief accountant and his two sons will turn state evidence against Trump before he can throw them under the bus, as he has done to many others.

Our twice-impeached ex-president is an embarrassment to our country, our values, and our very democracy. He needs to spend the rest of his life in prison, wearing an orange jumpsuit. Then he will no longer be able to harm our country.

Trump still refuses to acknowledge that he lost the election — and by a huge margin. He seems unable to accept rejection. His incompetence in handling the pandemic cost the U.S. thousands and thousands of lives. His arrogance and refusal to accept responsibility seems truly criminal.

Thankfully, our country has moved on and is still fighting the coronavirus under the compassionate guidance of our President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

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Cheryl Jaros

Duluth




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