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Should Trump Testify Publicly in the Impeachment Probe?
by Countable's Trump Impeachment Coverage
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  • Wayne
    Voted No

    No, if you had charges brought against you by the police you would be given your Miranda rights because anything you say can and will be held against you in a court of law. If the accusations against you are faults the worst thing you can do is open your mouth and start talking and they will pull together anything they can to use against you to convince a judge jury that you were guilty of the crime that they conceived. This is always a dangerous precedents whenever dealing with dishonest people. The president gains nothing when exposing him self to this this Dishonest body of Congress. He is an American citizen and has the right to say nothing to the government when it is falsely accusing him of a crime.


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