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According to the NYTimes post "There’s a Smell of Treason in the Air",
Now the F.B.I. confirms that we have had an investigation underway for eight months into whether another presidential campaign colluded with a foreign power so as to win an election. To me, that, too, would amount to treason.
If treason is confirmed and Trump were to be ousted as POTUS, would that apply to all those in his party/administration or that he appointed during his illegitimate time making such decisions?
- If the answer is no, then I don't understand how it works and "common sense" would tell me it'd not benefit deterring future corruption at this level (of a whole political party) otherwise if the VP took over as POTUS and everything else the illegitimate POTUS did or appointed at his sole discretion stayed the same. If he's a treasonist, then don't leave those in office positions he appointed or if he had great influence in getting them there.