After Donald Trump’s victory last night, “democrats [may become] interested in limiting the scope of federal power, and restoring the separation of powers,” says Georgetown University Law Center’s Randy Barnett.
“[When] they were holding power, [this] didn’t seem to be a problem. Maybe they can now see the problem.”
Barnett joined Nick Gillespie for a discussion of what Trump’s victory means for constitutional rights and the Supreme Court.
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