Another clue to Kavanaugh view on indicting a president
10 days ago - By Politico
Defenders of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are accusing his critics of distorting his views on whether a sitting president can be indicted, but they may be overlooking another key clue about his take on what's likely to be a contentious issue at Kavanaugh's Senate confirmation hearing. Kavanaugh's allies note that the 2009 Minnesota law review article he wrote addressing such subjects advocates for a Congressional statute that would exempt the president from civil suits while in office, as well as immunizing him from criminal investigation and prosecution. He does use some pretty...
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