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as per Us cONSTITUTION

 
 
Reply Mon 25 May, 2020 08:06 pm
Does "as per Us cONSTITUTION" mean "in accordance with U.S. Constitution"? If so, what rhetorical effect in English is there to write it in the form of "per Us cONSTITUTION"?

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farmerman wrote:

The Senate can only cover his fat ass WHILE he remains president, after which he WILL have to answer several proposed indictments.
It was you guys who remind us all that hes immune as a president (presumptive status as per Us cONSTITUTION)
aLL THAT GOES AWAY WHEN HES Out Of Office.

Emoluments, pre election fraud and mail fraud. Hes got several huge civil suits against him now that merely need to wait till hes OOO.

Allenwood, either that or a SUPERMAX like Can'on City Colo.

Source: monitoring Trump and relevant contemporary events
https://able2know.org/topic/355218-4441#post-7010935
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2020 08:44 pm
@oristarA,
See my similar reply on your other topic.
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