A mea culpa on the witness tampering case against Paul Manafort and the merits of Rod Rosenstein's memo in support of James Comey.
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Document: New York Attorney General Sues Trump Foundation for Campaign Coordination and Self-Dealing
On Thursday, New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood sued the Trump Foundation and its board of directors in state court for “extensive unlawful political coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing transactions to benefit Mr.
The next president will have to manage the fallout from this administration’s chaos.
The Constitution gives Trump the power to make the Russia probe go away. It does not give him the power to do so without consequence.
Remarks delivered to the 29th annual National Security Agency Law Day on June 8.
In the pardon power, Trump has found a constitutional toy with which he can exercise his authoritarian instincts without coming up against legal limits.
The indictment made public Friday suggests that the witness-tampering evidence against Paul Manafort may be stronger than I initially thought.
The witness-tampering allegations against Paul Manafort appear rather thin. That may mean that the Mueller team has more evidence. Or it may mean that the Mueller team rushed.
The Rule of Law in the Demagogic Presidency, Part II: Giuliani’s Hypothetical of a Murder in the Oval Office
In posing a hypothetical that a president could not be indicted for committing murder, Giuliani appears not to have considered the serious questions that raises about his positions on the president’s immunity from liability for obstruction of justice and abuse of the pardon power.