The president promises to sue his way to a second term. How far can his case go?
Erwin Chemerinsky says an impeachment trial’s need to hear witnesses overrides White House claims of executive privilege.
The Founding Fathers didn’t envision political parties as they exist today. But did they envision a Donald Trump?
A constitutional scholar says the impeachment trial’s facts and verdict are already known – but will witnesses be allowed to speak?
Erwin Chemerinsky on Trump’s impeachment and the menace of unchecked presidential power.
Legal scholar Erwin Chemerinsky says the Supreme Court nominee “is going to move constitutional law very substantially to the right, and this will hurt a lot of people. I think he’s going to be the fifth vote to gut many federal civil rights laws.”
“Kavanaugh,” says UC Berkeley law school dean Erwin Chemerinsky, “doesn’t have to say any more than is needed to make sure he doesn’t lose the Republican vote, and he knows that.”
The constitutional scholar discusses Donald Trump’s tumultuous first year, and what may lie ahead. “It’s very frightening to me,” Chemerinsky tells Capital & Main.