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Vol. 14    No. 23
NOVEMBER 18, 2019
Trump: The Tragic Figure
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Although I haven’t been able to watch the House of
Representatives — I almost said Democratic Party’s — public
hearings on the possible impeachment of Donald Trump, I have
to admit that I have been keeping track and score by sneaking
in peeks of web news services to see how the effort is going.

If you look at the CNN.com website, it is consumed by news
about Trump and the impeachment process, with seemingly new
revelations coming out by the hour. And then if you go to the
CBSNews.com website, there are a couple of articles about
impeachment as a matter of fact accounting of the news of the
day. And so I try to read at least these two, if not more, to get a
sense of what is going on in the Trump proceedings.

Now I will never feel sorry for Donald Trump because he pretty
much brings things down on himself and has caused pain and
suffering to innumerable others. But I can’t help, but look at him
as a tragic figure who will be vanquished sometime in the end
alone.While through his fiery rhetoric and deceit, Trump has
captured the adulation of millions of conservatives, ultra-right-
wingers, white supremacists and others, I never get the sense
that anyone likes Donald Trump. I remember the times when I
used to see President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle
Obama holding hands and their body language suggested that
yes, they are together.
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