And come to think of it, we probably should get rid of the other 96 senators who live in the DC area.
What’s really scummy, as I think about it, is his claim it was a mistake. I’m CERTAIN that his staff accountant declared DC his primary residence to avoid paying some tax or another.
I recall this issue hit the news back when Democrat Dick Clark was US Senator from Iowa. Turned out he owned no property in Iowa.
He was turned out of office in the next election...