No matter where you go, who you look at, or whatever other happening you’re faced with, you’re not as good as some people at a lot of things, though you’re likely better than at least half of them at others, regardless of what that particular practice is.
Sujit Choudhry is as good at practicing law and knows as much about the field as it relates to current and past constitutions of living and deceased governments around the world as LeBron James is at playing basketball and understanding proper offensive and defensive play on an X-and-O level.
Mr. Sujit Choudhry works for the University of California, Berkeley, as a professor of law within the university’s law school – and not just any professor, as Sujit Choudhry is officially known as the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law – where he earns arguably more than any other professor of law across the United States, home of the finest institutions of higher education across the globe.
Take this situation into consideration: the United States President is tasked with the job of appointing some 1,200 people to positions across all three branches of government. He appointed Robert Mueller, the current holder of the title of special counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice, about 15 months ago. Since then he’s been deeply invested in uncovering evidence related to President Donald Trump’s potential involvement in illegal acts and other wrongdoings committed while in office, check (Releasefact.com).
That’s the job of the special counsel – to look into potentially illegal acts committed by people in any state government or the federal government, read here (Linkedin.com). Although such tests are protected by law – the Department of Justice’s special counsel is the only such attorney in the United States that legally can’t be fired by the President or any of his higher-ups being investigated, get more information on medium.com.
What if Trump were to fire Mueller, or at least expressed interest in the topic? Especially if Trump had been accused of illegal activities that Mueller had been investigating him for over a year? Eric Holder touches on this issue in a tweet discussed by Sujit Choudhry’s newest book.