Though many political pundits doubt that former President Donald Trump will run for a second term in office when the 2024 election rolls around, there’s increasing debate over whether or not he should even be allowed to seek the presidency again.

Others suggest that Trump will likely be under indictment in one or more jurisdictions two years from now, but University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle is urging Congress to act now and make certain the ex-president is barred from running.

In an op-ed for Politico, Wehle writes that Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), who serves on the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot, has recently hinted the committee may recommend legislative instead of legal solutions to the problem of Trump being permitted to run for the presidency:

Is it “the consensus view of the committee,” CBS’s Margaret Brennan asked Cheney recently, that “criminal culpability for the president” is possible?