How long until Trump gets impeached?
Some will think it won't happen, some will think soon, others will think the investigation may need to play out.
Me - I think the Obstruction of Justice for firing Comey will be corroborated by Coats and Rogers as soon as Mueller talks to them. He's confirmed guilty by Congressional standards at that point.
So what do you think?
Ghost town heading towards Tombstone. Your question is the epithet.
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