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The US Senate has agreed with the House in confirming that Donald Trump is still the president.
Only a sitting president or a sitting judge or politician can be impeached, and the US Senate on January 27 voted to accept the articles of impeachment from the House.
Therefore, both the House and Senate have confirmed Donald Trump as the current president. We thank them for their service. Nonetheless, they lack the 2/3 majority in the Senate to actually convict our president of treason. So in the end, if Trump is not convicted, he will remain our president. We should submit to the decision of the House and Senate by recognizing Joe Biden as a civilian.
Charlie Ward commented on this in the first 6 minutes of this interview. (Afterward, there is some street language that you may want to avoid.):
Meanwhile, the Justice Department should tell us if the real Biden is the blue-eyed Biden from his Senatorial years or if the brown-eyed Biden who debated Trump is the real Biden--and if the real Biden is still alive.
It's all so confusing.