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Quinta Jurecic is the deputy managing editor of Lawfare.
Alan Dershowitz offers his argument against impeaching the president.
Make no mistake, inch by constitutionally inappropriate inch, the president is growing bolder.
His opponents have unrealistic hopes for the courts, generals, FBI, media and civil service.
Government officials’ personal beliefs don’t negate constitutional rights.
Hearings would also allow women to tell their stories.
Whatever his intention, it’s worth remembering that his muddling of the truth is in his advantage.
Russia aside, they’re still the seat of meddling — and they seem no closer to solving the problem of disinformation in its many forms.
We are seeing something terribly intimate made public and political — which, of course, is exactly what Trump has done in feeding this controversy.
The special counsel is the anti-Trump. But our problems are beyond the scope of his investigation.
His job demands a basic level of respect for the concepts of law and meaning.