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After four years of railing against “deep state” actors who, he said, tried to undermine his presidency, Donald Trump relented to U.S. intelligence leaders in his final days in office, allowing them to block the release of critical material in the Russia investigation, according to a former senior congressional investigator who later joined the Trump administration.

We appear to be nearing the end of the pandemic. Many fewer cases are being reported and millions are being vaccinated. One dose of some vaccines seems to be virtually as effective as the two that were thought to be necessary. Hence, twice as many can be vaccinated with that particular drug. And, then, there are the unreported asymptomatic cases resulting in immunity sufficient to slow the spread of the disease.

The House impeachment managers have prepared a compelling argument for conviction, one designed to draw the attention of Senators who directly experienced harm by a mob of thousands, armed with all manner of threatening objects, including zip ties, baseball bats, knives, and an assembled gallows with a dangling noose to experience through heretofore unseen video and police communications the direct danger to the lives of members of Congress that occurred on Jan. 6. On Feb. 10 I was drawn in by formation that was new. It was compelling theater. Only those Senator-jurors who have made up their minds that they won’t be confused by the evidence presented, like Cruz, Hawley, and Johnson, could fail to have been moved.

It seems that this is a week for sequels. On Sunday the Super Bowl will be played … again. And a couple of days later, the U.S. Senate will begin proceedings in the case of Donald Trump, who was impeached by the House of Representatives … again.

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President Donald Trump leaves office this week, his legacy forever tarnished by the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. But a full and fair ac…