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Dahleen Glanton: Get ready for a nasty fight. Impeachment is a battle Donald Trump can't afford to lose

Many Americans never wanted it to come to this. Moving to impeach a U.S. president is not an act for which we should be proud.

Impeachment proceedings, as history has shown, present America at its worst.

Of course, there are those of us who deplore Donald Trump's politics. We cringe at the sound of his voice, knowing that the words coming out of his mouth likely are untrue. Though we suspect that he has broken some laws of the Constitution, we knew that impeachment proceedings would only lead

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