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John Dean says Brett Kavanaugh would have presidents immune from criminal charges
Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean said Friday that if Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed, and the president were to shoot someone on New York’s Fifth Avenue — as President Trump joked in 2016 he could safely do — that president would be immune from consequences while they in the White House.
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