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Dershowitz v. E-FBI Agent: Has Trump Done Something Illegal

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Alan Dershowitz debated Asha Rangappa, a former FBI special agent who is now a lecturer at Yale and analyst with CNN, debated Sunday on ABC’s George Stephanopoulos show about President Donald Trump and the Russian collusion investigation, Real Clear Politics reports.

Dershowitz said Trump can only be charged if he grants an interview with Robert Mueller’s investigators.

“You need to commit a crime to be impeached,” Dershowitz said. “If he’s committed previous crimes — there’s no evidence of that — that won’t work. But if he commits the crime of perjury, he’s in Clinton-land.”

Former FBI special agent Asha Rangappa disagreed, arguing there’s a “circumstantial case” for obstruction of justice against the President. “The obstruction case does center on the president’s intent,” she said, “whether he acted corruptly when he fired James Comey. But Mueller does have a lot of circumstantial evidence.”

“He has the conversations between James Comey and the president, he has attempts by the White House to approach the CIA and NSA to try to stymie this investigation, he has his own words on the Lester Holt interview,” she explained. “So he does have a circumstantial case. I do think Mueller wants to sit down and get from his own words what the president had in his mind.”


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