Episode

2/1 Laurence Tribe: Is Donald Trump Leading Us to a Constitutional Crisis?

February 1, 2017

Laurence Tribe a Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard Law School explains the reasons for the foreign emoluments clause. The lawsuit against the Trump Administration focusing on the emoluments clause. The favors Trump receives from abroad and why that is an ongoing constitutional violation. What happens when the President does not follow the law? Why discriminating on the basis of religion is unconstitutional. The many ways the Muslim ban is unconstitutional. At what point are we in a constitutional crisis? Is impeachment the only answer. The Neil Grouch nomination and what Republicans have done to the Court and was Bush v Gore the original sin?

On The Fun Half: Wajahat Ali calls Steve Bannon President Bannon three times on CNN. More than half of Americans have no problem with the Muslim ban. The Muslim ban has already cost a life. Nancy Pelosi has a major fail in answering a question about Capitalism. Republicans running scared on Obamacare. Donald Trump probably know who Frederick Douglass is. Susan Collins votes against Betsy DeVos. Canadian progressive leader condemns Trump’s Muslim ban and calls it fascist. How Senate Democrats need to grill Neil Grouch and your call and IMs.

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