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In the age of Donald Trump, conservative jurists, legal theorists, and political commentators have adopted a very, very narrow definition of what constitutes "obstruction of justice." That's because the current Republican president of the United States' conduct--irrespective of what did or did not happen during the campaign--clearly violates the spirt of the "obstruction" law, if not (yet) the letter. The president can fire who he wants; he can bully and cajole, order and insinuate, their thinking goes, but, throughout, the one thing these definitional constrictionists have agreed upon as legally problematic--and often point to as a...
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