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The president ‘now gets to behave like a king, or a dictator,’ legal expert says

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The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that former and future presidents enjoy some immunity from prosecution, handing former President Donald Trump a victory in his bid to stave off criminal prosecution of an alleged plot to subvert the 2020 presidential election — and recasting the scope of executive power.

The 6-3 vote, which states that Trump is entitled to “presumptive” immunity from prosecution for all of his “official acts,” was along party lines. 

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