"The system just cannot work around a president whose main concern is committing and concealing wrongful acts," writes . "And that unfortunately describes the president the United States now has."
"The system just cannot work around a president whose main concern is committing and concealing wrongful acts," writes . "And that unfortunately describes the president the United States now has."
Hard cases make bad law. In Trump's case, bad cases are making hard law. As courts pierce his cover-ups, they create precedents that will be burdensome for future honest presidents
"To date, presidents have resolved the question "Can a president be investigated and potentially indicted for state crimes?' by the excellent expedient of not committing state crimes. Trump has apparently found that too high a bar."