Read, follow, and support Lawfare, a blog that tackles many legal issues that happen to affect Trump and his administration.
Lawfare launched in September 2010 and represents the sort of thing we at OTYCD wish we’d known about before Trump was elected, because it is fascinating, smart, and occasionally a source of comfort. It probes “that nebulous zone in which actions taken or contemplated to protect the nation interact with the nation’s laws and legal institutions.”
You’ll be utterly unsurprised to learn that Trump and his minions are keeping Lawfare‘s bloggers particularly busy lately.
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Below are a few choice stories that illustrate why the blog is a must-read (if not the breeziest read, but hey, it doesn’t pretend to be):
The Rules of Congressional Investigations and Trump’s Growing Russia Problem:
How to Deal with Reichstag Fire Fears in the Age of Trump:
(From July 2016): Jim Comey’s Statement on the Clinton Emails: A Quick and Dirty Analysis:
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