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Committee on the JudiciaryCrime, Terrorism and Homeland SecurityIntroducedDecember 8th, 2016
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A sitting president should have the ability to conduct foreign policy as they see fit until they leave office without being undermined by a president-elect who interacts with foreign governments in a way that influences their policy toward the U.S.
If passed, this clarification of the Logan Act could make it more difficult for there to be a seamless transition of power for an incoming president if it’s interpreted in a way that prevents them from discussing their views or plans with foreign leaders.