Doug Kmiec

Pepperdine University

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Professor of Constitutional Law, Pepperdine University.

Doug Kmiec on KCRW

The day after FBI Director James Comey was fired, Washington is in an uproar. Is this a constitutional crisis? Will there be a special prosecutor named?

California lawmakers respond to firing of FBI Director Comey

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