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I bet there’s a couple of laundry tickets in there.
It’s a valid argument: a sitting president is immune from criminal investigation. He has to be impeached, convicted in the senate, removed from office. Only then, would the Manhattan District Attorney have jurisdiction. If this goes to the SCOTUS, it will be overturned.
Who’s talking about internal DOJ etiquette? The Manhattan District Attorney works for the State of New York, not the DOJ. We’re not talking about some US Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
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