I don’t think it’s good enough for the President to say, I have no intention of breaching the Fourth - the Fifth Amendment. Intending not to is not the same as saying I won’t. His oath of office says, I will not - no, it says, I will protect, defend and preserve the constitution. It doesn’t say, I intend to protect, preserve and defend the Constitution except for when it’s infeasible or inconvenient.
It is the doctrine of the Republican Party to encourage business, not merely for its own sake, but because that is the surest method of administering to the general welfare. Those who criticize will be justified in their criticism when they can point out a better way.
“Until we can reestablish a condition under which the earnings of the people can be kept by the people we are bound to suffer a very severe and distinct curtailment of our liberty.” -President Calvin Coolidge, against the income tax