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July 16, 2024

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Everyone is talking about what Trump can get away with now a president is protected by immunity for official acts.

Trump is gloating. But I guess that ruling also gives immunity to current President Biden to kill Trump since commentators say that the new ruling would allow immunity to the president for an act of political assassination.

That would be an interesting turnaround.  When does the new ruling of the US Supreme Court come into effect?

Margrette Young , Dorroughby


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