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Reader: Is this obstruction of justice? 

We recall more and more the last days of the Nixon presidency as revelations continue in the investigation by Prosecutor Mueller into collusion between Russia and President Donald #locker-room banter Trump.

U.S. security agencies, including the NSA and CIA, confirmed Russian interference in the election, trying to sabotage Hillary Clinton and elect Donald #no collusion, no collusion Trump.

Some Trump operatives have already agreed to cooperate with the investigation, and others seem close. At the end, Nixon fired special prosecutor Archibald Cox, and that sealed the Nixon's fate, showing blatant obstruction of justice. Nixon resigned under threat of impeachment.

Now we have already had Trump firing James Comey, the head of the Russian-connection investigation into Trump.

This is like a Colorado Springs criminal suspect firing the chief of police and the district attorney, while being investigated by them. Is this obstruction of justice?

You bet your sweet tush.

— Larimore Nicholl, Colorado Springs

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