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"The state of having two opposing feelings at the same time, or being uncertain about how you feel."

It is great to read a common sense article like this one. I've been in the same position for a long time. So many share this feeling, so it's great to see it in "print"! My ambivalence regarding the Trump indictment is based on several factors. It sets a bad precedent, founded on weak premises. It gives him more attention (He is able to work wonders with that attention. Why? Because though Trump is boorishly selfish, he is also boldly upfront about it, and often enough, he's not wrong.), while attracting attention (potentially debilitating) to his very mediocre detractors. It's also such a low political move, and the polar opposite of trying to woo voters, that it creates a loss respect for all the parties involved. I did hold out hope, so it's disappointing and not a little disturbing.

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