The Constitution leaves no doubt that, overall, power lies with the states and the people.
In 10 months’ time Americans will cast their ballots in judgment of the case of the People against Donald J. Trump. That is the true verdict that will stand.
The Constitution provides that the power to declare war belongs to Congress and not to the president.
Trump’s band of enablers and the generality of his supporters, are bereft of any modicum of objectivity and sadly, seem to lack critical thinking skills.
If the US president tried to enlist Ukraine to investigate his rivals he broke his oath of office and threatened America’s security.
The U.S. constitutional system has never had to face such a challenge.
[I]n spite of the seriousness of the instability that Trump has caused in the world, the greatest danger that today emanates from the White House is not international; it’s domestic.
This time, the evidence seems stronger. Trump’s support, too, appears to be weakening as the election approaches.