‘A Lot Left to Decide’ in Trump Cases After Supreme Court’s Presidential Immunity Decision: Legal Expert

As we race toward the election, a spate of judges across the country are considering the charges against former President Donald Trump in a new light now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that presidents do have immunity for official conduct. If and how that changes their decisions remains to be seen. Mark Miller, senior attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, joined NTD to discuss.