If former President Bill Clinton couldn’t dodge a lawsuit over alleged sexual shenanigans, President Donald Trump shouldn’t be immune either, constitutional law scholars argue in a new brief on behalf of an “Apprentice” contestant. Summer Zervos is suing Trump in New York State civil court for libel, after he called her a liar for claiming...
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