Alan Dershowitz Goes on Fox News to Show Off His Disguise for New Book Defending Trump
So, he actually did it.
You might have noticed by now that Alan Dershowitz has been making the rounds on TV over the last few days. The retired Harvard Law professor is still offering regular defenses of President Trump‘s civil liberties, but he’s also spent a lot of time complaining about the horrible, snooty, Martha’s Vineyard liberal elites who have cast him out of his old social circles.
He claims he’s winning the argument against them, by the way.
Anyway, Dershowitz has also recently been trying to promote his new book, The Case Against Impeaching Trump. For the last few days, he hinted that he might come up with a “Martha’s Vineyard edition” so interested readers can secretly peruse the book in mixed company.
In his latest Fox News interview, Dershowitz made it clear he’s going ahead with that publicity stunt. He showed Bill Hemmer a “brown paper bag” cover for his book, and, since Dershowitz says he would’ve defended the civil liberties of President Hillary Clinton as well, he also had his publisher come up with an interchangeable cover in order to present the book as The Case Against Impeaching Clinton
“It’s the same book with a different name,” Dershowitz said. “I’m a neutral, objective civil libertarian and it doesn’t matter what side the person is on. I want to preserve everybody’s civil liberties.”
Watch above, via Fox News.
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