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Commentary: If Trump crosses the line, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. should channel the great John Marshall

As President Donald Trump tangles with his own Justice Department, the country could be plunging toward a constitutional crisis. Whatever one thinks of the various allegations and ongoing investigations related to the president, it's getting hard to imagine that Trump will agree to answer the special counsel's questions under oath. If the president fires Robert S. Mueller III, seeks to obstruct the investigations or refuses to answer questions, what then? Ultimately, the answers must come from the Supreme

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