President's Private Business Interests Are Not Above The Law
By Arthur Middlemiss and Marc Scholl (October 6, 2019, 9:37 AM EDT) -- One would have thought that a state prosecutor has the right to investigate criminal conduct committed within its borders in violation of a state's criminal laws.
Contrary to any precedent, President Donald J. Trump has brought a federal lawsuit in which he insists that not only he, but his private businesses and his business associates are immune from state criminal investigative techniques that would apply to any other citizen.
In Trump v. Vance, now pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, President Trump's personal attorney has tried to frustrate a state grand jury's investigation into...
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