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September 24, 2019 was a momentous day for the rule of law

It is unlikely that the current Senate will convict Trump. But political calculus aside, the Constitution's separation of powers must be defended

By James Zirin  

Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) meets US President Donald Trump. Photo: PA

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom handed a stinging rebuke to Boris Johnson. The Metropolitan Opera fired its greatest living star Placido Domingo amid persistent allegations of sexual harassment. (Domingo, who has sung at the Met for 51 years, vigorously denied the allegations._

And Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Democrat Nancy Pelosi, measured tempered Nancy Pelosi, turned the corner on impeachment, the awesome remedy the United States Constitution provides where the president is guilty…

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