Rather than go to law school, I spent my college and grad school years studying theatre. (Some would say there’s not a lot of difference between the two, but that’s another story.) So I need someone with a knowledge of the law to explain to me how the House of Representatives can sue the president for not implementing a part of a law that they have voted over fifty times to repeal.
I thought that in order to successfully sue someone, the plaintiff had to show some kind of harm, loss, or infringement and that they suffered by the defendant’s action or negligence. It will be interesting to see how the House’s attorneys show that they have the legal standing in this case.
Lawyers, have at it.