For The Record: Do you plan to follow the Donald Trump impeachment trial? |

For The Record: Do you plan to follow the Donald Trump impeachment trial?

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Each week, The Park Record asks residents and visitors to weigh in on a topic of interest. This week, there’s only one question worth asking: Do you plan to watch the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump? And what outcome are you hoping for?

Todd Gabler, Zion National Park
I’ll be watching what I can and listening on the radio, too. Our very democracy is at stake. Our future as a republic. It’s probably the most important decision I will see in my lifetime.

Dr. Art Vercillo, Palm Beach, Fl.
I plan to follow it very closely. As for the outcome, I don’t know. I just hope it’s fair.

Kate Slack-Smith, Sydney, Australia
I would follow the impeachment if I thought anything would come of it. If I thought there was a real chance of Trump’s removal. I think we’re all waiting to see what happens.

Melissa Vercillo, Palm Beach, Fl.
It’s been shameful so far. Just so partisan, from the beginning. I can only hope the outcome, whatever it is, is bipartisan.

Responses have been edited for clarity and length.

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