Letters to the Editor

Without testimony, we'll know Trump is guilty

Common sense should prevail. President Donald Trump’s White House on national TV, regarding “quid pro quo” said “We do it all the time. Get over it.”

Plus, Trump is also guilty of violating the Constitution, Bill of Rights, Article 1 and freedom of speech by prohibiting John Bolton and others from testifying.

In the event Sen. Mitch McConnell is foolish enough not to call an let Bolton, Mick Mulvaney and Mike Pompeo to testify, all of the American people and the world will know any Senate trial without testimony would be a sham. All would know Trump is truly guilty.

Every Republican in the Senate who does not vote to impeach Trump is turning their back on our country and the Constitution. For each and every one of them, that will be their legacy.

Larry Sharp

Cedar Rapids

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