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Trump v. Thompson

For the Supreme Court of the US, it has always been about the constitution. The DENIED-on Trump v. Thompson is another example of the string of in-depth deliberations among the Justices of the Court. What will not be majorly emphasized in the media on the decision is the underlining message that, a blanket claim of executive privilege is not supported by the constitution. More respect for the nominating presidents

Article II section 2 of the Constitution states that the Presidents "shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint ... Judges of the Supreme Court..." The partisan clamoring over the confirmation of qualified justices' nominees over who appointed them does disservice to the post of the justices and the Oaths of Office, to “support and defend the Constitution...” on one oath and on the other, “administer justice without respect to persons, and do equal right...


Media and political pundits on packing the court

Does the media and political pundits still believe on packing the court after Trump v. Thompson 8:1 decision to deny? Will the outcome on constitutionality be dictated by who nominated the Justices? I guess not. The Justices no matter how many, will do right by the constitution.


Conclusion

The Supreme Court two-edged sword decision on blanketing executive privilege claim is denied now and in the future. Can we infer that subject matter cases on security, life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness of citizens will not support a blanket executive privilege claim? Every citizen, voter, candidate, politician, media, and lovers of judiciary systems worldwide should read Trump v. Thompson. Do you agree that US Supreme Court is standing tall and firm?




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