Richard Epstein analyzes the dramatic events of the last week through a legal prism: Did Congress really have the power to object to the electoral vote? Should President Trump be removed from office in light of the assault on the capitol? Does the prospect of President Trump pardoning himself call into question the breadth of the pardon power? Plus, a look back at the consequences of the 2016 Presidential election in which Professor Epstein finds himself in the rare position of finding a question too difficult to answer.

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  1. Gary Robbins Reagan
    Gary Robbins
    @GaryRobbins

    A call for compassion for Trump as a human being.  And for me, a call to pray for Donald Trump, that he be comforted in the nightmare that he finds himself in.  It does not matter if he created his own nightmare, as I believe, or that he is the victim of others.  Donald Trump is a human being who deserves compassion and our prayers.

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