An outline and analysis of the laws relevant to a Secretary of Defense called upon to effect a reckless order from the President.
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If the Trump administration wants to address the threat of far-right violence, there are three concrete steps it can take right now.
On our Foreign Policy feed, we explain how newly released employee survey data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation disproves the president's claim that former FBI Director James Comey had lost the confidence of the rank-and-file. The article begins:
Rather than serving as a “unitary” executive, President Trump is something of a “solitary executive,” who is increasingly isolated within his own administration.
How government responds to hate crimes presents crucial openings to lead, build, unite and help this country become stronger. Some leaders seize this opportunity while others squander it.
The Justice Department is trying to compel DreamHost to turn over information on visitors to the website disruptj20.org—allegedly 1.3 million IP addresses and other information.
President Donald Trump tweeted Aug.
Assad Regime Strains Russian Ceasefires, Iran Responds to Trump’s Plans for Nuclear Deal, Israeli Officials Snared in Corruption Scandals
Russia can’t wrangle its proxy in Syria to abide by its ceasefire agreements, Rouhani addresses Trump’s wavering commitment to the JCPOA in his inauguration speech, and Netanyahu could be indicted for corruption.
The tweets aren't in force yet, but they're close.
Congress has sent a comprehensive sanctions bill to the White House.