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The national-security community’s way of doing business assumes that the president is working with (not against) his own government, and that his execution of foreign policy is in the interests of the U.S. alone.
What really matters is not the manner in which the call transcripts get distributed, but Trump’s use of his foreign-policy powers to advance his personal interests.
Experts on presidential power and the law will dedicate the coming months to assessing whether the president’s conduct broke with his constitutional duties.

But the irregular processes he embraced revealed the values he intended to advance.
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