From Adam Schiff’s closing arguments at DJT’s impeachment trial:

“We must say enough — enough! He has betrayed our national security, and he will do so again.

He has compromised our elections, and he will do so again.

Can we be confident that he will not continue to try to cheat in [this] very election? Can we be confident that Americans and not foreign powers will get to decide, and that the president will shun any further foreign interference in our Democratic affairs? The short, plain, sad, incontestable answer is no, you can’t. You can’t trust this president to do the right thing. Not for one minute, not for one election, not for the sake of our country. You just can’t. He will not change and you know it.

You will not change him. You cannot constrain him. He is who he is. Truth matters little to him. What’s right matters even less, and decency matters not at all.

What are the odds if left in office that he will continue trying to cheat? I will tell you: 100 percent.

A man without character or ethical compass will never find his way.”

He couldn’t have been more correct.