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No one is above the law, not even former presidents

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For years, Trump has acted as if he was above the law. {NAME}, Breaking news: Former president and c

For years, Trump has acted as if he was above the law. [Democratic Attorneys General Association]( {NAME}, Breaking news: Former president and current GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has been indicted in connection with his alleged “hush money” payments to Stormy Daniels. For years, Trump has acted as if he was above the law — but the reality is, no one is above the law. [We want to hear your thoughts on this huge news, {NAME}. Will you take our quick poll to let us know what you think?]( [Take the poll]( House Republicans like Jim Jordan and Marjorie Taylor Greene are shouting from the rooftops in support of Trump. But we know that true justice within our system means no one is exempt from being held accountable for their crimes. [So we’re asking you, {NAME}, do you agree that no one is above the law?? Then take our short poll ]( Thanks, Democratic Attorneys General Association [Democratic Attorneys General Association] Democratic AGs truly are “The People’s Lawyers” and DAGA is the only party committee devoted to electing more of them. Since 2016, we’ve won two-thirds of our targeted races, and [we can't stop now – will you chip in today?]( [CHIP IN]( If you’d like to receive less email from DAGA, fill out the form at this link and we’ll only send you the most important updates from the team. [Click here to get less email.]( Paid for by the Democratic Attorneys General Association Sent via [ActionNetwork.org](. To update your email address, change your name or address, or to stop receiving emails from Democratic Attorneys General Association, please [click here](.

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