A partial definition of treason is, "the crime of giving aid or comfort to the enemies of one's government."

I submit the president has committed treason by his past actions with Russia and present statements with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

Vladimir Putin's government has made serious efforts to destroy the government of the U.S. Most leaders think of Kim Jong-Un as one of the worst dictators in the world.

President Trump sides with those two against the U.S.

Until now, it has been inconceivable for a U.S. president to stand side-by-side with an enemy against top U.S. officials.

Disagreeing politically with a member of the other party is natural; publicly agreeing on a world-wide stage against an American vice president with an enemy is almost beyond belief.

Maybe now the Democrats will have a reason to start the process of removing this person.

Donald Trump has committed treason and is a traitor.

Surely, some Republicans will be patriotic enough to act for the U.S. and not just to the party's leaders.

Chelsea Cook, Broken Arrow


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