Alan Dershowitz: If I Were Defending President Hillary Clinton, I’d Be Hero of Martha’s Vineyard
Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz was on MSNBC on Sunday night to talk about the Special Counsel probe.
That is when host Kasie Hunt brought up his much-reported unpopularity on Martha Vineyard.
I am an “objective neutral person” not President Donald Trump‘s lawyer Dershowitz argued, prompting Hunt to reply: “Your friends on the Vineyard don’t seem to think so, sir”
Dershowitz called those on Martha’s Vineyard “wrong.”
Then he said this: “Hypothetically, if Hillary Clinton had been elected… and she were being subject to an impeachment investigation, I’d be making the same arguments and I’d be the hero of the Vineyard, the very same arguments I’ve been making, people would be applauding me and cheering me and loving me.”
After calling them “hypocrites,” Dershowitz further insisted that these are the same people that don’t understand “there isn’t one rule for Hillary Clinton and one rule for Donald Trump.”
He added: That’s the point I’ve been trying to make to blind responses, deaf responses and an unwillingness to listen. If the ACLU were making these arguments I could be enjoying myself at Martha’s Vineyard, but the ACLU is now dead in the water. They’ve become a campaign aide for the Democratic Party.”
Watch above, via MSNBC
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