Presidential Immunity From the Founding to Today

Presidential Immunity From the Founding to Today

On July 1, 2024, the Supreme Court handed down its 6-3 ruling in the landmark case Trump v. United States, finding that the president is entitled to presumptive immunity from prosecution for all official acts, but not for unofficial acts.…

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Do former Presidents have immunity after the #SCOTUS Trump v. United States ruling?

Do former Presidents have immunity after the #SCOTUS Trump v. United States ruling?

President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen appears on CSPAN’s Washington Journal to explore how the #SCOTUS ruling in Trump v. United States gives former presidents immunity. This means that President Biden can just Arrest former president Trump his whole Family say…

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Confronting who we are in pursuit of a just world

Confronting who we are in pursuit of a just world

Eddie Glaude Jr. explains his idea of confronting who we are in the pursuit of a just world. Perfectionism is this idea right of Reaching for higher forms of excellences Of leaving a particular self behind in Order to leave…

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How #alexanderhamilton  was inspired by David Hume

How #alexanderhamilton was inspired by David Hume

Hamilton is the only one who refers to The United States as a commercial nation And he does that in uh in Federalist 6 And this too is uh evidence of his Reliance on hume's uh theory of Advancement advancement…

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Podcast | Trump v. United States and the National Security Constitution

Podcast | Trump v. United States and the National Security Constitution

In this episode, Harold Hongju Koh of Yale Law School, Deborah Pearlstein of Princeton University, and Matthew Waxman of Columbia Law School join Jeffrey Rosen for a conversation to explore Trump v. United States, presidential immunity, and the updated edition…

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What does #SCOTUS mean by "presumptive immunity" for presidents in the #TrumpvUnitedStates ruling?

What does #SCOTUS mean by “presumptive immunity” for presidents in the #TrumpvUnitedStates ruling?

President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen appears on CSPAN’s Washington Journal to explore what does #SCOTUS means by “presumptive immunity” for presidents in the #TrumpvUnitedStates ruling. Explain a presumptive immunity what does That mean it means that we presume that The…

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Jeffrey Rosen appears on Morning Joe to discuss Trump v. United States

Jeffrey Rosen appears on Morning Joe to discuss Trump v. United States

National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen appears on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to provide a constitutional perspective on the ruling in Trump v. United States. The Supreme Court ruled that presidents have “absolute” immunity for official acts but not…

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Jeffrey Rosen on CSPAN's Washington Journal

Jeffrey Rosen on CSPAN’s Washington Journal

National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen appears on CSPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss the ruling in Trump v. United States. Register for upcoming programs: https://constitutioncenter.org/news-debate/americas-town-hall-programs Visit our media library to discover more online classes, podcasts, and Town Hall…

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Jeffrey Rosen discusses the Trump v. United States ruling on MSNBC

Jeffrey Rosen discusses the Trump v. United States ruling on MSNBC

National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen appears on MSNBC to discuss the ruling in Trump v. United States with Chris Jansing and answer the question of whether or not it expands presidential power. The Supreme Court ruled that…

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Jeffrey Rosen discusses the Trump v. United States ruling on CNN

Jeffrey Rosen discusses the Trump v. United States ruling on CNN

National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen appears on Becky Anderson’s Connect The World show on CNN International to discuss the ruling in Trump v. United States which says that presidents have “absolute” immunity for official acts, but none…

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