• The Political Commentator
Why would a citizen of the United States want to sue any President for malpractice?
In the litigious society that we live in lawsuits can be pursued for many reasons, some legitimate and some so frivolous as to boggle the minds of sensible people.
Is the act of suing a sitting president for malpractice even possible? Would the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) come into play?
For what reason and with what justification, would a citizen of the United States even consider a malpractice suit against a president?
Possibly because a president is in effect the nations CEO and ultimately responsible for the performance, or lack of performance of the country. That when it comes to the domestic tranquility of the United States and our national and homeland security, the buck stops there...
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