The first indictment attacks constitutional judicial review by independent courts, which on occasion have held that the executive branch has usurped power assigned by the Constitution to Congress.
These disputes should be settled between Congress and the executive without any judicial interference, he says.
Congress cannot call a president to account by effective oversight, nor can it require a president’s subordinates to explain their decisions.
The courts cannot step in when the president uses his authority to circumvent or negate the constitutional authority of Congress.
The president is not above the law; the president is the law.

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