“To say Trump’s argument is frivolous demeans frivolity”

George Conway in the Washington Post concerning the release of Trump’s tax returns: “Trump’s position stupefies. In essence: Authorities can’t investigate anything touching his personal affairs — including, ahem, payments to pornographic actresses — because he’s president. Think of the logic: Not only does the president enjoy a personal constitutional immunity — his businesses do, too. …

“Likewise, the Constitution is concerned with protecting the presidency, not the person who happens to be the president. That’s because no one in this country is above the law. The Supreme Court is now called upon to teach that lesson once again — even if Trump will likely never learn it.”

The Constitution is concerned with protecting the presidency, not the person who happens to be the president.

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