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Justice Sotomayor questioned if a president labeling an opponent as corrupt and instructing military assassination qualifies as official act protected by immunity, to which Trump's Attorney Sauer responded affirmatively.

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Trump Attorney John Sauer Doubles Down On Argument That Presidents Are Immune From Assassinating Political Rivals At Supreme Court

Donald Trump’s attorney John Sauer argued before the Supreme Court that — depending on the circumstances — assassinating a political rival could be considered an official act.

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