President Donald Trump's nominee to succeed retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, delivered the keynote speech at the 2008 Minnesota Law Review annual symposium at the University of Minnesota.
Kavanaugh was a co-author of the 1998 Starr Report that laid out the case for impeaching President Bill Clinton for lying under oath. During the 2008 address at the U, Kavanaugh argued that sitting presidents should be immune from congressional investigations and prosecution while in office. The speech was adapted into a 2009 article for the Minnesota Law Review.
Watch full video of Kavanaugh's speech below, courtesy of University of Minnesota Libraries.