Sujit Choudhry Talks Trump’s Threatening Moves

As the current I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at UC Berkeley, Sujit Choudhry has garnered a very respectable career regarding politics and constitutional law. Sujit Choudhry has an educational background with a number of reputable institutions, including Oxford, where he attended as an undergraduate, and Harvard, where he attended the School of Law, garnering his Master of Laws degree (blogs.law.nyu.edu).  He has also placed significant emphasis on Canadian Law throughout his career and has visited in excess of two dozen countries – many of which he has worked with, in a constitutional advisory capacity.

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Recently, in touching on a recent tweet delivered by Eric Holder, the former Attorney General of the United States during the Obama Administration, Sujit Choudhry discussed the implications surrounding the potential termination of White House Special Counsel, Robert Mueller.

According to Eric Holder, if Robert Mueller is to be terminated, the American people are sure to react, in what he believes will be, peaceful protesting. Eric Holder believes this to be the logical course of action as the President of the United States, Donald Trump is potentially crossing a “red line,” teetering on the edge of abuse of authority. Sujit Choudhry further details Eric Holder’s accounts by touching on an issue that he may have, in fact, insinuated. He believes that Eric Holder is insinuating that the outcome of these possible transgressions by the American government will continue or be reversed at the behest of the American people based on their subsequent actions. Throughout the text of Sujit Choudhry’s upcoming chapter in “Constitutional Democracies in Crisis,” he aims to highlight the changing nature and possible deterioration of constitutional democracy in the United States, and during this process, he utilizes real-life examples to back his theories (works.bepress.com).  Since the Cold War, this perceived threat to constitutional democracy has existed, but in recent years, it has changed, even evolving into something more dangerous. Poland is current in the midst of these changes, as the Law and Justice Party, has consistently used unethical methods to control specific outcomes regarding political policies and elections.