In this article, Professor Orentlicher examines the Constitution's design for the executive branch. He argues that by opting for a single executive rather than a multi-person executive, the Constitution causes two serious problems-it fuels the high levels of partisan polarization that we see today, and it increases the likelihood of misguided presidential decision making. Drawing on the experience in other countries with executive power shared by multiple officials, he proposes a bipartisan executive.
50 Ind. L. Rev. 247 (2016).
Orentlicher, David, "Political Dysfunction and the Election of Donald Trump: Problems of the U.S. Constitution's Presidency" (2016). Scholarly Works. 1035.