Sunday Talks: Alan Dershowitz -vs- George Stephanopoulos….

Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz is a member of the white house legal team from the perspective of constitutional law.  In this interview George Stephanopoulos was in his old familiar role as a political narrative engineer, trying to get Dershowitz to say he did not agree with the President.  The engineering objective was “Trump Lawyer says President Guilty”.

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172 Responses to Sunday Talks: Alan Dershowitz -vs- George Stephanopoulos….

  1. gigi says:

    He can say whatever he wants. Hope I’m wrong, but I still don’t trust him. He loves the constitution? All well and good. Is part of Trump’s legal team? OK, but I think it’s a bad idea. He remains a Liberal and that speaks volumes about his judgement. The Democrat party is the Democrat party
    –rabidly anti-God (remember boo-ing God at one of their Conventions?)
    –shamelessly pro abortion–soak a poor, helpless human being in brine, dismember him or her, then vacuum out the birth (synonymous with being anti woman and anti family)
    –rabidly anti-Israel and anti-Semitic
    –anti capitalist-as they hypocritically prance around in their 50 thousand dollar outfits with accessories and jewelry, and hair dos–all that their anti-America friends helped pay for (why were so many of them against pulling out of the treasonous “Iran deal?” Why did Billary [Bill and Hillary] accept soooo much money from middle eastern countries that have been on the record as being America’s ememy or at the very least hostile toward us?)
    Nope-I don’t trust Dershowitz and never will.

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  2. FWIW, my observation of Dershowitz has been that he split from the democrat mainstream sometime after 9/11/2001 when they became aligned with Islamic supremacist ideologues (i.e. savage antisemitic terrorists) over American interests.

    In other words, he didn’t leave the democrat party, they left him.

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  3. Cocoon says:

    Trumps defense team is bi-partisan?
    Should be a headline, no?

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  4. sDee says:

    Wooden’cha love to run into Stephanopoulos in the back lot after the bar closes?

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  5. Marc says:

    There are plenty of sharp legal minds out there so I see no point in bringing in a damaged and sketchy Alan Dershowitz to the team. His connections to Epstein and Little Saint James Island will only weigh down on the President at a time where controversy is least needed.

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  6. Troublemaker10 says:

    Dersh is a strong supporter of the Constitution, traditional liberal values like free speech, and one of the strongest defenders of Israel there is.

    It is just a matter of time before he takes the red pill and walks away.

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  7. Donzo says:

    Unless Dersh is a Trojan Horse, it ought to be a good thing having a Dem on PDT’s team.

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    • marblesmike says:

      Dersh has been defending Trump on constitutional bases since he was elected. His personal life aside, I see Dersh as a classical liberal, more akin to a libertarian than a neo-progressive dem. So it’s no wonder he is a strong supporter of constitutional freedoms even when it goes against his political ideals.

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    • Lester Smith says:

      Look Alan is old school dem and trump was old school dem some years a go. They know each other plus Alans has been exercised for his defending trump in his book and TV appearances. If he can illustrate how the dems are the ones in violation of constitution and not trump very good. Many in the TV audience need to see and understand what is really happening. If he helps Trump out great. Remember Trump is pragmatic. I feel trump doesn’t see the world through a political view but rather as a problem solver. I believe Trump see’s a person’s ability rather than one’s politics. Will Alan screw Trump no.

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  8. iPack says:

    Nobody cares about Alan Dershowitz or any other talking head… This is a self-serving blather designed to artificially inflate their value, sell their books, and generate revenue from more speaking engagements.

    The Senate is exempt from any accountability.
    It’s a political process.

    The Senators only care about their political and financial dividends.

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  9. Rynn69 says:

    Dershowitz is defending civil rights and the Constitution. Not political to him – only gets political when one party oversteps the aforementioned two areas of his concern. IMO.

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  10. IreneR says:

    Very humorous to watch little George work so hard to have him interject his personal views into the situation rather than staying with the facts of the case and his defined role/responsibility in the trial. Isn’t it funny how such a distinguished member of the media and world renowned “journalist” thinks interjecting opinion is needed? He doesn’t fathom the concept because he has never been an unbiased, factual “journalist”.

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  11. ldcj says:

    George isn’t a journalist. He’s a DNC operative.

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