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Whether truthful or misleading, a state gains plausible deniability by characterizing its nationals as nonofficial military personnel, using such terms as contractors, mercenaries, privateers or volunteers.
Then, as now, the argument that a sitting president can’t be sued in a civil case for nonofficial actions was rejected.
And then, in the coup de grace, a New York judge ruled Zervos's defamation suit against Trump could proceed and that a sitting president can be sued in state court for nonofficial acts.
And a short commute, too!) The idea that Trump spends plenty of time on nonofficial pursuits isn't completely groundbreaking.
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