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More Evidence Showing Kavanaugh's View On Indicting A President
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11 Jul 2018 12:50 PM EST

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is controversial. One reason is his views on the American Presidency. Kavanaugh is said to think sitting President's should not indicted or even investigated. This is especially important regarding the presidency of Donald Trump. Trump is under investigation for possible collusion with Russia in the 2016 election. Supporters of Kavanaugh accuse his critics of distorting his views on indicting a sitting president. However, Politico found more evidence to suggest he is against indicting a sitting president. Politico brought up a Georgetown Law conference from 1998. Kavanaugh indicated that, as a matter of law, a sitting president can't be indicted during his term.

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