To the editor:
I have a question for Sen. Mitch McConnell and other Republicans who believe Donald Trump’s impeachment was unconstitutional because he was no longer president.
When Trump was served Jan. 13, he still was president. Is there a double standard for people in politics and those not in politics? If a person works for a company and is charged with a crime while at that place of employment, charges are not dropped because that person is no longer employed there.
Explain to me why there is a difference. In both cases, they were charged while both were at their place of employment.