Never has a president been so regularly ignored or contradicted by his own officials.
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How much discretion does the president have when it comes to choosing the next attorney general?
If law enforcement leadership tolerates presidential behavior of this sort today and contents itself with passively resisting Trump’s demands, we should expect that the leadership of tomorrow will comply with such demands.
If use of the impeachment power is an exercise in forward-looking, political judgment, then it is worth thinking carefully about what the downsides might be of refraining to pursue an impeachment inquiry in the face of impeachable offenses
In response to a FOIA request from Charlie Savage of the New York Times, the National Archives have released a memo prepared by the staff of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr arguing that a sitting president may constitutionally be indicted.
By what criteria should a Trump official consider resignation?
Chapter 3 of Charles Black, Jr.'s Impeachment: A Handbook.
Notes on a classic in the age of Trump.
The president’s comments raise questions about the nature and structure of his legal defense, and about the further harm Trump may have done to his legal position.