Because the administration is really out there, that may not be possible. The Nixon case argued for a president essentially above the law, the administrations arguments in the 3 current cases go dramatically beyond what was proposed (and rejected) in the Nixon case.
I think of this as making law. If you want to describe that as a bit overdramatic, be my guest. It's how it feels to me.
You can see it in the questions. They spent a lot of time looking for places they could use to form the basis of an opinion. They usually have a pretty good idea going in, I don't think that's the case this time.
It was a long session, and above our pay grade in places. But this is undeniably historic, and I can't shake the feeling that the Right wing is looking for a way to escape the trap they are in. I admit that is definitely reading the tea leaves