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Supreme Court Considers Limits—If Any—On Trump's Power

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Supreme Court Considers Limits—If Any—On Trump's Power

Supreme Court Considers Limits—If Any—On Trump's Power

Supreme Court Considers Limits—If Any—On Trump's Power

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In this week's roundup: Senator Richard Burr, Republican of North Carolina, had his cell phone seized by the FBI as they investigate his stock trades in the weeks before the coronavirus pandemic gathered steam in the U.S. And, what will the Supreme Court say about the limits on a president's ability to forestall investigations into his conduct?

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