From the Oxford American Dictionary (OAD):
treason — n., treachery toward one’s country or its ruler.
treachery — n., betrayal of a person or cause, an act of disloyalty.
The U.S. Constitution defines treason as “levying War against [the United States], or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”
Adhering to enemies, giving them aid and comfort.
OAD: adhere — 2., to remain faithful, to continue to give one’s support (to a person or cause).
In America, one commits treason if one adheres to the enemies of the United States, giving them aid and comfort.
Americans of both major political parties have diligently searched for the truth concerning the conduct of our president, both personal and official, with respect to his relationship with our nation’s most dangerous enemy. I have argued from the beginning that the answers we seek lie in the money involved. The grip Russia has on our president, and by extension, us, is about money. Follow its trail. It will lead us to the truth.
Finally, the searchers are closing in on the truth.
What are the consequences of treason?