Untangling the Constitution with Akhil Reed Amar at Oct. 27 Forum

SALISBURY — When Akhil Reed Amar and three other law professors testified in September before a senate committee considering two approaches to prevent President Donald Trump from firing Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, the four disagreed with each other about the constitutionality of the ideas.

Because, Amar says, the Constitution “began a story that is still unfolding,” a story that can be read and interpreted in different ways.

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