The Justices Don't Have Much Guidance for Handling Trump's Tweets

Q&A: Cardozo's Kate Shaw on her new article "Beyond the Bully Pulpit: Presidential Speech in the Courts."

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Lower courts don't offer much guidance on how to resolve clashes between presidential speech and the U.S. Justice Department's litigation positions, Kate Shaw of Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law found in a forthcoming article. In "Beyond the Bully Pulpit: Presidential Speech in the Courts," Shaw undertook what she called "the first systematic examination of presidential speech in the courts." Shaw talks about her review in this Q&A with senior Washington correspondent Marcia Coyle.

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