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Last November, some political commentators predicted that Donald Trump’s unconventional candidacy might give way to a much more conventional presidency. Harvard Law professor Jack Goldsmith argues that perhaps the opposite is true – that eight months into his term, Donald Trump is fundamentally changing the office of the president.
Then, the Knights Templar were a Medieval band of warrior monks. Shrouded in mystery, their story has lived on in popular culture from the Legends of King Arthur to The Da Vinci Code. Historian Dan Jones on the true story of one of history’s most notorious secret societies.
- Jack Goldsmith Professor, Harvard Law School; senior fellow, Hoover Institution; Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel under George W. Bush
- Dan Jones Historian and author of "The Templars: The Rise And Spectacular Fall Of God's Holy Warriors", "The Wars of the Roses" and "The Plantagenets"
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