Trump tweets conspiracy theories and accuses cable news host of murder while his lawyers argue to the Supreme Court that he is too busy being president to be investigated

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President Donald Trump’s lawyers are currently arguing to the Supreme Court that he is too busy being president to be investigated or criminally prosecuted. Subpoenas for Trump’s financial records pose “an obvious problem with respect to harassment and infringement upon the ability of the executive to discharge his duties 24 hours a day,” Trump’s defense attorney, Patrick Strawbridge, said last week. Jay Sekulow, Trump’s other defense attorney, echoed that view, saying subpoenaing the president’s tax returns opens the door for others to “harass, distract, and interfere with the sitting president.” “He has responsibilities — he is himself a

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