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Tue Mar 13, 2018, 03:59 PM

12. Sure he knew it was coming, but in the end the headsman's axe still comes as a blow. Sadly...

...I think there are an indeterminate but small number of people who joined this White House believing they could control or moderate this monster's behavior, only to discover they could not. Regarding those people, one has to ask how many stayed close to Hitler in the early years hoping to somehow save their country from destruction. God have mercy on their blackened souls.

Of course, many more rode Trump's coattails to power hoping to enjoy the fruits of that power for themselves, also thinking they could control the monster inside him, but they too are at risk every day -- firing being the least of those risks, as prison awaits so many of them if Mueller can complete his job. I have no sympathy for any such. None.

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