A sitting president of the U.S. sues somebody for something (what doesn't really matter).
The defendant makes a motion for a subpoena/deposition/whatever.
The President objects on grounds ...
Government officials in the United States enjoy broad immunity from personal and criminal liability for "official" actions.
However, even the sitting U.S. President is not immune to being tried for ...
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