Professor Kate Shaw's op-ed in The New York Times focuses on the current investigation into President Trump's actions, possible obstruction of justice, and the White House's indication that it is prepared to assert the president’s executive privilege to keep congressional investigators from gathering information about Mr. Trump — including his conversations with high-level advisers.
"Will the White House be able to use executive privilege to successfully block investigators from getting information?" she writes. "When executive privilege and congressional oversight collide, who wins? This is a complex question that federal courts, and perhaps ultimately the Supreme Court, may have to answer."
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