Former federal prosecutor: Trump admitted to '2nd degree murder' in Woodward interview

Typcially, in some cases, people that commit murder and then actually admit to having committed murder go to a place called prison. IIRC, and bare with me because I'm not a lawyer, but I'm pretty sure murder is illegal in almost every state. So if this happened in one of those states where it is illegal then the state would probably want to talk it out with some sort of mediator who represents the application of justice and then have like, some chicks and dudes or inbetweens and excluders vote on if they think it was chill or hella rude to murder someone. And I'm not an politician expert by any means, but there is probably some weird law or whatever about not being allowed to be a president if you get found "hella rude" of murder. Idk, just a thought.

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