by Ronald L. Feinman
Arthur Schlesinger Jr’s Imperial Presidency is now just the prelude to a far greater constitutional crisis that is possibly transforming the Presidency and destroying the separation of powers and checks and balances created by the Founding Fathers in 1787.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Chris Edelson
If President Trump does declare an emergency, the question is: Will Congress use the power available to it, or will it play the role of passive spectator?
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