Why Trump Should Not Have Been President

It is possible that Donald Trump should not have been president.

There are a lot of reasons to believe this.

First, as a presidential candidate, Trump had a clear and present danger to national security.

Second, as an elected official, he has a serious conflict of interest and is not beholden to the people of the United States.

Third, the president is the chief executive of the country and, for all intents and purposes, he controls the levers of government.

Fourth, as the president of the US, the chief law enforcement officer, the head of the military, the commander-in-chief of the world’s largest economy, and the nation’s chief protector of democracy, Trump has enormous power over American lives and property.


The US Constitution guarantees the rights of the people to be free from arbitrary searches and seizures.

But this is not a guarantee for people who are the agents of government and who are under federal investigation for criminal conduct.

This is not only a violation of the Constitution, it is an attack on the people.

It is a violation that should not be tolerated in a free and democratic society.

The American Constitution guarantees every citizen the right to be secure in his person and property, and it is this fundamental right that the Supreme Court has held to be “fundamental.”

A person who is an agent of a foreign power can and should be investigated and prosecuted for their actions in the US.

But the president, in exercising this power, can do so on behalf of the entire federal government, including all of the agencies that are responsible for the security of the American people and the country.

A President who violates these fundamental rights should not hold office.

And the courts must protect them.


The Constitution does not guarantee any individual the right not to be investigated by federal authorities for any crimes he has committed.

There is no constitutional guarantee that a person should not face criminal prosecution for any crime he has not committed.

But that is exactly what the president has done and continues to do, including for lying to Congress, using his office for personal gain, and accepting payments for speeches.


There has been a steady erosion of the rule of law in America, and civil liberties have suffered.

The judiciary is weak, the press is censored, and many individuals are subjected to unfair searches and seizure.

The rule of the law is a bedrock principle of democracy.

But when the president exercises the power of his office, it undermines our constitutional institutions.

It has become the practice of the executive branch to overreach its power and, as it has done, to misuse its power.

In doing so, the executive branches have become more like dictators, and we should not allow it to continue.

The constitutional guarantee of due process, equal protection, and equal protection of the laws has been eroded, and now the government has used the power that it has over us to violate our constitutional rights and liberties.

This constitutional crisis threatens the lives of American citizens, our constitutional freedoms, and our democracy itself.

We urge you to call on Congress to restore the rule and structure of our constitutional system.

The National Security and Government Accountability Committee of the House of Representatives is currently considering a resolution urging the House to impeach President Trump and replace him with a new president who respects the rule, structure, and independence of the Executive Branch.

We encourage you to contact your Representatives today to urge them to demand that President Trump be removed from office.


We support efforts to end the unconstitutional use of executive power by President Trump, including through the appointment of an independent independent special counsel.

The Senate should also impeach him for his conduct.

The impeachment process requires the cooperation of all members of the Senate and the House.

However, we urge the Senate to impeak President Trump for the serious crimes and abuses committed during his presidency.

We have been encouraged by the House, as well as by the American public, to support the impeachment of President Trump.

We hope that the Senate will act.

If the Senate does not act, we will file an application with the Office of the Special Counsel, which is an independent investigatory and prosecutorial office within the Office, and seek to have that Office and its staff appointed to investigate and prosecute President Trump under the rules of the U.S. Senate.

The Office of Special Counsel will conduct an independent investigation into President Trump’s conduct, and will present the evidence to the Senate for consideration.

We are asking the House and the Senate, therefore, to act quickly to remove President Trump from office, and for Congress to act to restore our constitutional democracy.

The White House, in response to the American People’s call for impeachment, has announced the appointment to the position of Special Representative for Government Oversight of former Congressman Ron Paul, a longtime advocate of constitutional law and the father of libertarianism.


We call on the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), an organization whose goal is to privatize government