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An exhaustive account of not only Russian meddling and any coordination with the Trump camp, but also of any and all conflicts of interest, misleading statements, improper conduct toward women and receipt of foreign emoluments will set the record straight. We need a complete description of how this president attempted to direct the Justice Department in ways that depart from past practice and the historical separation between the Justice Department and the White House.
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A Democratic majority in either house can conduct real oversight, using the subpoena power to obtain everything from Trump's tax records to Hope Hicks' diary (if it exists). Hearings should be open to the public; phony claims of executive privilege should be dismissed. Allegations by Trump's female accusers and any hush payments should also be aired. Were any women coerced into signing false statements, as Stormy Daniels claimed she was?
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Congress can require presidents to disclose their tax returns. Congress also can require presidents to divest of their active businesses, toughen anti-nepotism laws, prevent self-dealing (profiting from the presidency while in office) and limit taxpayer reimbursement for personal travel (e.g., back and forth to Trump's properties). If Trump chooses to maintain financial secrecy and hold onto his businesses rather than remain in the presidency, that's his choice.
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None of those may be as emotionally satisfying as impeachment, but it may provide what we badly need as a country — consensus on facts, closure and a new code of presidential conduct. Moreover, he will be held accountable — by Congress and by the voters. And if anyone doubts how much Trump fears all that scrutiny and exposure, just consider how adamant he has been about concealing his tax records.