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I don't think it's necessary to do anything about it. Tags only exist in the context of questions. So one way to get rid of the tag would be to remove it from all questions. In this case though, that doesn't seem necessary. Only one question has the fer tag, and that question is currently closed with a -3 score. As such, the question will either have to be ...


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Q: Is there a plain English description of which tag should be used? For the voting and election tags: If the question is about people casting ballots, the voting tag is appropriate. If the question is about the aggregation of ballots, one of the election-related tags is appropriate. Because a clear demarcation exists between an individual casting a ...


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I think the tag president is warranted in this case, as we are talking about the office of the US President and its ramification for the individual. "A former president is not the president, so the tag does not apply" seems rather nitpicky to me. And political-leaders definitely doesn't seem a more useful tag to me. Not only is it so vague that it ...


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In this case I think the president tag is fine as it is dealing with issues that result from someone being president. I don't feel that we need to add a former president tag at this time because the use for it would be so low. In the end the question seems to be asking if the fact that Trump is a former president going to impact potential criminal charges ...


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