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From: YWN666 DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostOct-3 6:43 AM 
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Harvard Law Professor Says Trump's 'Civil War' Tweet Alone Is Now Grounds For Impeachment

In the face of impeachment, it seems only fitting that President Donald Trump would dig the hole he's in even deeper by committing even more impeachable offenses.

On Sunday, September 29, President Trump tweeted out a warning that the country would break out into a civil war if he was removed from office.

Even more significantly, however, some legal scholars believe the tweet itself may be further grounds for impeachment.

John Coates, a professor at Harvard Law, said that the President was blatantly flouting the Constitution.


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From: aka ElyieBliss (PunkinLady10) DelphiPlus Member IconOct-3 7:16 AM 
To: YWN666 DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 6) 
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Why is he not writing in the first person?  Someone else writing for him?  Odd.


From: B-17 Girl (Collinwood11) DelphiPlus Member IconOct-3 8:32 AM 
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It's probably a variation of the royal "we."






From: YWN666 DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostOct-3 9:10 AM 
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Does Trump think his band of toothless rednecks can beat the US military?



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From: BlueManDudeOct-3 9:14 AM 
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As long as there are plenty of oxygen resupply stations, combined with the ability to recharge their Medicare purchased, mobility scooters.


From: misrajainOct-12 9:34 AM 
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Thanks to share this information


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