Even if it turns out to be another bogus story, thinking people should be on guard against falling into the fallacious trap that President Trump committed some high crime or misdemeanor by pressuring Ukraine to investigate its past corrupt practices before receiving future aid from the United States. The sole reason for even questioning Trump's actions is because it potentially involves a high-profile Democrat candidate for that Party's presidential nomination. Since when is that a legitimate immunization from criminal investigation? Instead of Burisma, if President Trump had cited another corrupt organization without ties to Democrats, he would have been credited with fighting corruption and safeguarding public funds. Don't take the bait that this was some sort of improper action. President Trump has been calling out corruption wherever he sees it. We should thank him for it.