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“Stated simply, the primary takeaway from the past 250 years of recorded American history is that Presidents are not kings… This means that they do not have subjects, bound by loyalty or blood, whose destiny they are entitled to control. Rather, in this land of liberty, it is indisputable that current and former employees of the White House work for the People of the United States, and that they take an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Moreover, as citizens of the United States, current and former senior-level presidential aides have constitutional rights, including the right to free speech, and they retain these rights even after they have transitioned back into private life…” Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson ruling: https://www.politico.com/f/?id=0000016e-a4c4-d442-a5ef-fee4e04c0000
“Federal Judge Rules That McGahn Must Testify, Delivering Blow To White House” November 25, 2019 5:52 PM ET, by Bobby Allyn https://www.npr.org/2019/11/25/782705643/federal-judge-rules-that-mcgahn-must-testify-delivering-blow-to-white-house
Official portrait of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
18 October 2019 uploaded by H2rty
Although it is listed as Creative Commons-BY-SA, if it is an official photo, then it presumably would be public domain. See original here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ketanji_Brown_Jackson_(robe_photo).jpg
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