SOURCE: Washington Post
by Cornell W. Clayton
The U.S. attorney general’s office started in the judicial branch, not the executive — and has never been entirely under presidential control.
by Robert J. Spitzer
The Trump administration’s many questionable actions have raised both new and old concerns about the extent and reach of executive power.
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