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Nixon Quit, Clinton Apologized, But Trump Likely To See Proof Of Invincibility

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With Trump continuing to describe what he did as 'perfect' Yale University psychiatry professor Bandy Lee said he is highly unlikely to change his behavior
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“He will feel empowered to do anything he wants to now,” said Ruth Ben-Ghiat, a New York University history professor and an expert on authoritarianism who has long warned about Trump’s behavior. “We are in big trouble.”

Rick Wilson, a Republican political consultant who has criticized Trump from the start of the 2016 primary campaign, said Trump will see his acquittal not as a narrow and lucky escape from disaster, but as proof that he is invincible. “We are about to witness Donald Trump empowered to break any law, to wreck any norm, and to detonate Washington, D.C., without fear of consequences. It’s a bad, bad scenario,” he said.

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