For students following the US and comparative politics route, all examination boards require a thorough knowledge of presidential power and its limitations, and the relationship between the presidency and other institutions of government.
After Donald Trump’s 2020 election defeat, media commentary heralded a return to ‘normalcy’. Trump’s presidency, many suggested, was an aberration. An era of relentless presidential tweets, ‘alternative facts’ and bitter divisiveness would soon resemble an eccentric relic. Having passed its stress test, constitutional government would resume normal service.
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