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They voted him in and now they should own their decision. That may have been my reaction had it not been that Trump is so bad that he is dragging all of us Americans down and the world down by his twitter antics, his recklessness, and his ignorance. One republican policy maker indicted his fellow republicans by saying that republicans are in denial about Trump. Even a blind man can see that we have a square peg in the White House round hole.
Some of us, angry about Trumps victory, initially felt entertained by his idiotic behavior, if only to say to those that voted him in 'I told you so.' But America has become a laughing stock, democracy is under attack, the world order is in shambles and Americas allies are weeping with Trump at the helm. There seem to be no end in sight for the political decline that has come to characterize Trump's America. But just as it appears there is no hope, in the past week America witnessed an unprecedented act of bipartisanship that brought republicans and democrats together in both the house and the senate that challenged Trump when policy makers voted for sanctions on Russia. Again, for the second time, bi-partisanship saved Obamacare from been repealed and protected God's children from losing health care as Macain rose to the occasion by voting with democrats. All is not lost and Americans have the answer to Trumpism - it is called bipartisanship. Accordingly, I predict that Trump will be impeached because it will become clear that he is the pernicious disease that ought to be rid of to make America strong again.