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Trump's impulsive, vengeful decision to dump Comey has scared a lot of people.An Arab friend told me years ago that for every question, there is a right answer and a real answer. The right answer here is to trust in the rule of law and the institutions that maintain it. The Trump presidency is a test.The first big test ahead is whether Rosenstein will call for the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the Russia matter. Given the way Rosenstein was used by Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions as cover for firing Comey, his credibility and reputation are at stake. Without a special prosecutor, much of the public will doubt that this is truly an independent investigation.Trump is certainly capable of making good decisions in the public interest: Look at his national security team of Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and national security adviser H.R. McMaster.
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