Trump's conduct 'does not rise to the level of an impeachable offense': Dershowitz | ABC News



Alan Dershowitz, who joined the president’s legal team as a constitutional consultant, is interviewed on “This Week.”

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  1. Let Dershowitz's expert witness status (cloaked as defense team member) open doors for other witnesses. Trump felonies are referred to. They are the abuses of power. "Nothing wrong" does not mean "no felonies." Bad argument. The allegations refer are impeachable feloniousacts.

  2. Dershowitz is conveniently notes that the Constitutions doesn't speak to one issue so he avoids answering a question. The Constitution does speak to his specious argument by saying that the power of impeachment is reserved to the House and states that the impeachment may be for treason, bribery [OR] other high crimes and misdemeanors implicitly allowing the House to decide what constitutes [other high crimes and misdemeanors]. It DOES NOT SAY THAT Alan Dershowitz makes the determination.

  3. "Half of American presidents in history, from Adams to Jefferson to Lincoln to Roosevelt, have been accused by their political enemies of abusing their power. The framers didn’t want to have that kind of criteria in the Constitution because it weaponizes impeachment for partisan purposes."
    Dershowitz, as always, skips the rhetoric and gets right to heart of the matter.

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