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(1) Trump was an international businessman before he became President of the
. United States of America
(2) President Trump's own wife is a naturalized American citizen who was born in
(3) As an international businessman operating BEFORE he became President, as with many other international businessmen like himself, Trump may have met with heads of State of foreign countries, as well as may have had to make personal or business deals, unrelated to his presidential bid or unrelated to his future win of the U.S. Presidency. And this is an important point that has to be determined.
(4) To be determined: If, at any point, during his presidential campaign, or thereafter, after having been elected President of the United States, Mr. Trump had concluded any personal or business deals with "strings attached" to his position as future President.
(5) Mr. Trump's fight or resistance to the "Russian probe" might just be related to his right to privacy such as to himself determine whether or not to release his personal income tax returns. To him, he might simply be thinking that he is merely exercising his constitutional rights in choosing not to disclose the content of his meetings or conferences with "Russian nationals," in the same manner that he thinks he has the constitutional right to choose not to disclose his personal income tax returns.
(6) Such above-described determinations must be made in a deliberative, yet non-partisan way that restrains any dissimulative inclination on the part of his "opponents" to exert resentment, malice, vindictiveness, or revenge against Mr. Trump. The rule of law and due process of law must prevail. For, as Mr. Trump is not above the law, he is also entitled to an impartial hearing or "day in court."
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nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for ALL,"
including Mr. Trump! * United States of America