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Dahleen Glanton: The Founding Fathers' hard work is lost on Donald Trump's impeachment

It was impossible to watch the opening of Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate last week without feeling a sense of patriotism.

Regardless of where you stand on the issue, the ceremonial ritual was impressive. The pomp and circumstance was deliberate and anticipatory, every movement perfectly choreographed and steeped in tradition.

The House impeachment managers' march to the Senate chamber, the swearing in of the chief justice of the Supreme Court,

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