A law-nerd analysis of whether Donald J. Trump Jr. violated the CFAA based on his recently-disclosed e-mail.
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On Friday, the Democratic National Committee filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against the Russian government, the Trump campaign and associated persons, and WikiLeaks, alleging an illegal conspiracy to influence the outcome of the election.
We need a national strategy for securing elections.
A variety of recent reports have noted complaints that the sanctions on Russia for its meddling in the November election are insufficient. For example,
Donald Trump’s campaign statements consistently indicate a complete failure to appreciate the importance of legitimacy in U.S. operations.
There is but one key personnel decision, in the upcoming Trump administration, that is absolutely clear: FBI Director James Comey must remain in place.
In this post, I outline several questions on Donald Trump's policy approach toward China and the Asia-Pacific region and then provide an initial reading list for those analyzing potential policy futures for Trump in Asia.
Remember how harshly Attorney General Eric Holder was criticized for not disclosing the FBI’s discovery of then CIA Director David Petraeus’s extramarital affair and improper communications with Paula Broadwell until just after the 2012 presidential election? That incident and this one should remind us it's not accurate or helpful to deny that the DOJ, and in this case the FBI, gets some discretion when it comes to deciding whether to make pre-election disclosures about ongoing investigations. The question is not whether they have discretion but what makes for reasonable exercise of that discretion.
The much-maligned Electoral College presents an important check on the dangers posed by this election.