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Donald Trump: Election, then impeachment?

Supporter and protesters chant outside a Democratic presidential

Supporter and protesters chant outside a Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tour of Williamson Health and Wellness Center in Williamson, W.Va., Monday, May 2, 2016. Photo Credit: AP

William F.B. O’Reilly’s column put words to my feelings. As he wrote, “To me, backing Trump would mean disloyalty to my country. And I won’t do it.” [“I can’t be a Republican anymore,” Opinion, May 5.]

Donald Trump voters and the media have paved the way for Hillary Clinton’s victory.

It is time for the Republican National Committee to rein in Trump and suggest who his running mate ought to be. Republicans should think long and hard about that choice.

If Trump does win the election, considering his promised goals and proposed methods to achieve them, impeachment could be on his horizon.

Janet Liotta, Farmingdale

Editor’s note: The writer is an advocate for immigrants’ rights.

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