Trump Defense Lawyer Claims He Didn't Make the Argument That We All Saw Him Make, and He Sounds Just Like Trump
President Donald Trump assured supporters in a speech in 2018 that "What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."
The quote was a microcosm of the Trump administration's larger goal of discrediting the free press to avoid accountability.
Now, a member of the President's impeachment defense team—Alan Dershowitz—is using the same logic (or lack thereof) to walk back an absurd argument he made on the Senate floor on Wednesday
Trump Defense Lawyer Gets Dragged for Arguing That Trump Can Do Anything in Order to Get Re-Elected and Not Be Impeached
House impeachment managers and President Donald Trump's defense team are in the throes of answering questions from Senators regarding their case for or against the conviction or removal of Donald Trump, who was impeached by the House of Representatives late last year.
One of the crucial questions the Senators are asking is what motivated Trump to withhold aid from Ukraine to force politically beneficial investigations. Was it to root out corruption, as his defense counsel insists? Or was it to smear his possible 2020 rival, former Vice President Joe Biden?
Donald Trump's Only House Impeachment Witness Just Ripped Apart the Whole Basis for Trump's Senate Trial Defense
This past December, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing where it heard from constitutional scholars and legal experts as to whether President Donald Trump's pressure on Ukraine to open politically beneficial investigations warranted impeachment.
House Democrats brought forth three witnesses who argued in favor of impeachment, and House Republicans brought one: George Washington University's public interest law chair, Jonathan Turley.
Newt Gingrich Accidentally Made a Hilarious Point About Trump's Impeachment Lawyers After Trying to Slam House Managers
A day after Senators took an oath of impartiality in the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump, the President eagerly announced the team of lawyers who will be defending him.
Two names on the list stood out.
Donald Trump's Bizarre Tweet Railing Against the 25th Amendment Proves He Doesn't Understand How the Constitution Works
After former FBI Director Andrew McCabe revealed on Thursday that the Justice Department discussed invoking the 25th Amendment with members of President Donald Trump's cabinet, the president demonstrated he does not know anything about the 25th Amendment or really about how the constitution works.
Trump took to Twitter Thursday night to repeat a bonkers line from Alan Dershowitz during an appearance on Fox News (of course):