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The election of Donald Trump as president was obviously a positive outcome for his many supporters.But for Colbert’s crowd, news of Trump picking up more and more states across the map prompted loud groans, and a bewildered performance by a host who clearly found less and less relief in humor.George Bush’s war in Iraq seemed at best reckless and at worst insane—but Bush obtained approval from Congress, as required by Article I, and the war became the nation’s war, fought in some way with my consent as a citizen.People put bumper stickers on their cars—pictures of Bush saying, “He’s not my president.” I thought that was untrue to the American system.
If the right rules are followed, if the procedures are fair, then the result, however regrettable, must be legitimate. The impeachment of Bill Clinton, for example, struck me as a ludicrous comic-opera coup d’etat—but the House and Senate followed constitutional forms scrupulously, and had Clinton been removed he would have had to go.
Perhaps it says something about the vast polarization of America that the country’s divisions extend to the world of pop culture and to late-night television.