Abuse of power dooming Trump
In looking back years from now at the impeachment of President Donald Trump, historians likely will not consider the unemployment rate, the canceling of executive orders that inhibited business growth, the appointment of conservative judges and justices, the stock market, the tax cut, the attempt to build a wall on our southern border, or anything else that affected the economy.
These current facts will not be factors as the historians take a dispassionate view of the impeachment.
They will likely see that Trump’s impeachment was predicated on his abuse of power — something contemporary Republicans chose to ignore. And I am a registered Republican.
Edwin M. Wagner