President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen implicated his erstwhile boss in felony campaign finance violations, making the president an unindicted co-conspirator. Many are wondering if a sitting president can even be indicted, but legal scholars are split on the issue. Current Justice Department guidance argues "a sitting president can be impeached but not indicted." Others argue this is merely a guideline and has not been tested in court. No one should be above the law. What do you think?
Should prosecutors be able to indict a sitting president?
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