The first impeachment was a moral necessity. The second would be an act of pragmatism.
This was not the election result for which millions of Americans were hoping. It is, however, a tremendous opportunity to bolster and strengthen American democracy.
Returning to this question helps clarify the stakes as the country decides whether to grant Trump a second term.
There are no plausible benign explanations for Trump’s conduct here. Even three days before the election, people should care.
With the White House in the midst of a coronavirus outbreak, it’s not safe.
On Sept. 23, the Justice Department released proposed legislation to revise Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields internet platforms from liability for third-party content shared on their services.
Former U.S. district judge John Gleeson, the amicus curiae appointed by the court in Michael Flynn's case, has filed his reply brief arguing that Judge Emmet Sullivan has discretion under Rule 48(a) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure to deny the government's motion to dismiss Flynn's case. The brief is available here and below.