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In the aftermath of the January 6 insurrection on the United States Capitol, many are asking, what’s next? Will President Donald Trump be punished for his role in encouraging the riots? What kind of punishment is possible for a President of the United States? We asked similar questions several months ago about President Trump's other pending legal cases. In today’s episode, we have an update to those questions. Hear what is possible while he remains in office, and what could happen once Donald Trump is no longer president of the United States.
In this episode:
Conor Shaw (@ConorMarcusShaw), senior policy and litigation fellow at Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, DC (@CREWcrew)
Prosecuting a president, our first episode on the subject
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