Trump's potential use of legal loopholes to ensure that "grown-ups in the room" don't obstruct his path

Even though the Senate must approve certain presidential appointments, 

That wouldn't necessarily stop Donald Trump from associating with hazardous supporters if he is elected to a second term. 

Although the president and the Justice Department have historically been kept apart, 

Since there are no laws requiring it, Trump effectively has total control over the DOJ. 

if voters elect him back to the presidency. The Atlantic staff writer Barton Gellman 

The Conversation with Alex Wagner on "How Trump gets away with it.

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