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It's now our duty, for the sake of peace in our country, to accept the results.

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in response to reader comment: Not in the interest of the people to impeach Trump

Submitted by Michael S, Dec 7, 2016 at 07:11

Hi, Mike.

I agree that it is not in the interest of the people to impeach Trump; and I will add, that it is shameful to be talking about impeaching a President BEFORE HE EVEN TAKES OFFICE! What hypocricy! Impeachment is supposed to be an IMPARTIAL process, brought about because of crimes COMMITTED IN OFFICE. Daniel Pipes and others, on the other hand, are showing their clear disregard for the law in this matter, and stirring up a lynch mob mentality. These things should have no place in America. The last time anything close to this happened, is when South Carolina seceded from the Union on Dec. 20, 1860, precipitating the awful and disastrous Civil War.

Our next President, Donald Trump, won the election in a fair fight. It's now our duty, for the sake of peace in our country, to accept the results.

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Daniel Pipes replies:

I hope Trump is a success. But I am glad that impeachment is there as a tool to get rid of him if he misbehaves. Reminding him of that seems like a good idea, given his biography.

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