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The constitutional issue at the heart of United States v. Nixon is best described as whether the Supreme Court could hear the case. the right of a president to resist impeachment. the extent to which the separation of powers was allowed. whether laws had been broken during the Watergate incident.

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Deciding whether laws had been broken during the Watergate incident was the constitutional issue within United States v. Nixon.

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