Is Trump now ‘above the law’? The U.S. Supreme Court ruling, explained

In a victory for former president Donald Trump, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that all presidents are immune from criminal prosecution for some ‘official acts’ but may still be prosecuted for ‘unofficial acts’ once they’ve left office. About That producer Lauren Bird explains what the ruling means for the legal challenges against Trump, and just how far presidential immunity extends.

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