UC Berkeley law professor advises White House on how to pass policies without Congress

John Yoo
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UC Berkeley School of Law professor John Yoo has been advising President Donald Trump’s administration to use his proposed political theory as a justification for bypassing congressional approval when implementing policies.

UC Berkeley School of Law professor John Yoo has been consulting the White House on a political theory that allows a sitting president to impose policies without congressional approval.
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