What could the Supreme Court’s ruling on immunity mean for US foreign policy?

The United States Supreme Court’s decision to expand presidential immunity has alarmed legal experts, who fear the ramifications could extend beyond the country’s borders.

On Monday, the court’s conservative majority ruled that any “official acts” a president undertakes — even beyond the office’s “core constitutional functions” — would enjoy “presumptive immunity” from prosecution.

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