Sia☺giah
Nope. Read the referenced post inside for details.
Thu Dec 13, 2018 7:57pm
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  • ...is that the Constitution doesn't say that a sitting President can be indicted? So even though the Constitution specifically includes a statement that a President can be indicted AFTER being... more
    • Nope. Read the referenced post inside for details. — Sia☺giah, Thu Dec 13 7:57pm
      • If you'll just go with "Experts say that a sitting President can be indicted", without giving your own opinion supported by facts, then good for you. I prefer to think for myself, but then...that's... more
        • Obviously, you did NOT read my actual response.Sia☺giah, Fri Dec 14 10:29pm
          I don't need to give MY personal opinion on the matter since I am NOT a legal scholar. I will accept the conclusions of both Kenneth Starr and Leon Jaworski that, YES, a sitting POTUS can be... more
        • You Quoted It, But...Amadeus, Fri Dec 14 4:37pm
          ...your interpretation of it is... what? Nonsense? Simply because the portion on impeachment explicitly mentions that impeachment does not abridge the ability to indict a president afterward does not ... more
      • Spelled out for youSia☺giah, Thu Dec 13 8:07pm
        This is what Kenneth Starr put in writing regarding indicting Bill Clinton. It's been locked in the national archives for 2 decades, but was released to the NYT under the Freedom of Information Act... more
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