What does the Constitution say is the ‘supreme law of the land’?

It doesn’t.

The U.S. Constitution by definition is the supreme law of the land. All laws enacted since the Constitution’s creation must adhere to the Constitution. One of the U.S. Supreme Judicial Court’s prime reasons for existence is to rule upon the Constitutionality of any law, treaty, regulation or other governance.

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