Government and Election LawJerry H. Goldfeder and Myrna Pérez, New York Law Journal
President Trump and the 25th Amendment
Government and Election Law columnists Jerry H. Goldfeder and Myrna Pérez write that any attempt to remove a sitting president is obviously an extraordinary and constitutionally fraught act—especially pursuant to a provision whose central term is so opaque. What does it mean to be "unable" to discharge one's duties?
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