Professor Alan Dershowitz Pushes Back On Bolton Revelations: No Impeachable Offense (VIDEO)

When it comes to the law, Professor Alan Dershowitz is a force of nature.

Trump is very lucky to have him on his legal team. This week as the New York Times leaked a portion of the new book from former national security adviser John Bolton, which was meant to damage Trump, Dershowitz argued that it just doesn’t matter.

NBC News reports:

Dershowitz says ‘nothing’ impeachable about reported Bolton allegations

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Alan Dershowitz, the retired Harvard law professor who is serving on the impeachment defense team, argued Monday night that even if explosive allegations made by former national security adviser John Bolton in a an upcoming book are true, they don’t rise to the level of impeachment.

The New York Times reported Sunday night that in the book’s unpublished manuscript, Bolton says President Donald told him that nearly $400 million in aid to Ukraine wouldn’t be released until it offered assistance into investigations of Democratic targets, including former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

“If a president, any president, were to have done what The Times reported about the content of the Bolton manuscript, that would not constitute an impeachable offense. Let me repeat: Nothing in the Bolton revelations, even if true, would rise to the level of an abuse of power or an impeachable offense,” Dershowitz said on the Senate floor.

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Here are some other highlights from Dershowitz:

Dershowitz has been amazing throughout this process.

Trump is lucky to have him.

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