Executive Privilege: A Discussion with Dean Mark Rozell
The words "executive privilege" are not found in the Constitution, but some form of presidential secrecy has been asserted by presidents from George Washington onward. The Supreme Court's latest term ended with major decisions in two cases involving executive privilege: Trump v. Mazars USA, involving subpoenas from the House of Representatives; and Trump v. Vance, involving subpoenas from a New York district attorney.
To discuss the history of executive privilege and modern developments, Adam White is joined by Mark Rozell, Dean of George Mason University's Schar School of Public Policy and Government, and co-author of the newly published fourth edition of "Executive Privilege: Presidential Power, Secrecy, and Accountability."
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