The President Can Not Influence The CourtΒΆ


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Presidential influence too appears to be of little importance. The most striking example is that of United States v. Nixon in which three Nixon appointees joined a unanimous decision forcing the President to turn over the Watergate tapes. In effect, delivering the knockout punch, which required Nixon to resign himself from the presidency [Burger, 1974].