Is Senate trial a trap being set for Trump?

Is Senate trial a trap being set for Trump?
Senate leaders Schumer and McConnell share a rare moment of togetherness at a University of Louisville event in 2018. News 6 video, YouTube

[Ed. – Although it’s not a silly question, it comes off as really missing the point of the last three years.  Traps set for Trump invariably snare someone else; usually the trap-setter.  The world seems to be divided between people who can see that, and people who can’t.]

Can 20 U.S. senators withstand the potentially irresistible temptation to reverse the results of the 2016 election and remove a president a number of them openly or privately dislike?  …

Over the past week, I have heard from three seasoned Republicans who fear that President Trump and the West Wing are seriously underestimating the potential danger of a Senate trial. Human nature and common sense dictate that, despite the well-meaning resolution circulated by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) condemning the House impeachment process, it’s important for the White House to understand that the weight of history is settling upon the shoulders of these senators — some of them quite weak — and because of that pressure, private conversations are taking place and a trap may be sprung for the president in that trial.

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