U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley shared his thoughts on the Supreme Court ruling granting broad immunity from criminal prosecution for Presidents, “Well, I think they would have just as soon not had the case, but when they get it under the constitution, they have a responsibility to make a decision. And they did make a decision, and I think it’s pretty clear, that they expect a President when he’s making a decision, within his constitutional powers, he can’t be prosecuted for that. On the other hand, anything that is outside of the realm of his constitutional powers, he could be prosecuted.”  The Supreme Court found presidents have absolute immunity for exercising their core constitutional powers and are entitled to a presumption of immunity for other official acts.