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At the other extreme from Ford’s almost tautological approach is the claim that only proof beyond a reasonable doubt that a President committed criminal offenses can justify an impeachment.
That statement may sound tautological on the surface.
There are countless claims like these, almost all of them unsubstantiated, tautological or otherwise self-serving.
But his reputation is a tautological loop — and one that has proven difficult to escape.
To serve the fans with the insights of critics by way of the corporate stewardship of the very things being criticized feels like a tautological exercise.
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