1) From Grant to Clinton, presidents obeyed traffic fines and deposition subpoenas.
2) One can limit legal snarls in a president's workday without setting him/her above the law.
3) What 'work'? Have you seen Trump's daily "presidential calendar"? (See note below.*)
A better solution: slow indictment. "Any queue of pending legal matters can demand no more than ten hours a week of a president's time." Justice slowed is better than justice murdered. There's more on this in...
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My e-book Polemical Judo goes live Friday, 375 days before the 2020 U.S. elections, offering two things... a Big Picture of why we find ourselves at this critical juncture... and tactics against resurgent feudalism. Stacks and racks of tactics. I posted Chapter 16 already, appraising impeachment and chess moves Vlad & Rupert Murdoch may try, as Trump unravels. And counter moves our Enlightenment generals might employ.
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