Trump catches another break with Supreme Court ruling on presidential immunity

The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of presidential immunity in a recent case involving former President Donald Trump. This ruling continues to affirm the idea that a president cannot be subject to criminal prosecution while in office, which traditionally has seen bipartisan support.

However, it’s important to be mindful of nuances. While this ruling is considered a win for Trump, it doesn’t grant absolute immunity from all judicial processes. A president can still be investigated and potentially prosecuted after leaving office, civil lawsuits can still be pursued while the president is in office, and impeachment – a political rather than a criminal process – is still an avenue for holding presidents accountable for misconduct.


Keep in mind that this explanation is based on the general principle of presidential immunity as understood in US law, not on the specifics of any recent Supreme Court ruling because as of my last update, there isn’t a recent such ruling. If a recent ruling has taken place, the details could vary. Please check the latest legal analysis for the most accurate information.

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