According to Clinton v. Jones, the incumbent president has no executive immunity to the lawsuit litigated in the constitution. Therefore, just like any other law-abiding citizen, a president should be held responsible for any misconduct in and out of the office. Succinctly, delaying the federal cases until the president exits the office is unnecessary as he or she is not exceptional to the states’ federal laws (Justia US Supreme Court). In 1994, when Jones filed the case in Arkansas accusing the president, the lawyers postpone the judges that the sitting president was immune to laws as approved on 21st 1994. The ruling judge claims that no one would sue the sitting president, hence deferring the case until the president concluded his terms in the office. In such a case, the president had a temporary immunity, of which it came long overdue after some years.
Justia US Supreme Court. Clinton v. Jones, 520 U.S. 681 (1997)