Government and Election Law

President Trump and the 25th Amendment

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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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