In the letter "Current president most dangerous in U.S. history (June 3)," the writer accuses President Trump of 10 impeachable acts and four other criminal charges. Unlike many citizens of other countries, ours are considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
Why would the editors publish a letter that undermines a fundamental principle in our country?
J.T. Freeman, Tulsa
Editor's Note: The Constitution outlines the process to remove a U.S. president, which is to hold hearing in the Senate. The U.S. Justice Department in 1973 adopted a position that a sitting president cannot be indicted.
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