I think the Supreme Court, the CJ's wife, from the Bronx neighborhood I write from, whose brother-in-law crashed and died off the Tappan Zee Bridge in a late model Land Rover (why not a case there?) should watch out for the question of Americans rights and politicians they elect. In Myers vs. the USA, the court decided that the postmaster the President had appointed could be fired after appointed because it was purely political and could fire Myers whether he was competent or not. The incompetency actually was in the mistaken appointment if that's the political appointment the President had promised someone else, and upheld the firing of Myers. Maybe it set a precedent for the Court to do whatever a President wants. My faith has been restored in the hearing perhaps to be held over the firing of attorneys over politics, to me similar in nature to the old Myers vs. USA case they heard.