Trump Indictment and Alleged Biden Bribery Scheme: Alan Dershowitz Weighs In

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Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law professor, said “there is enough evidence to investigate” the alleged $5 million bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden.  In his appearance on Breitbart News Sunday, Dershowitz discussed the indictment of former President Donald Trump, saying it falls short of the “Hillary Clinton standard” set by the Justice Department when they chose not to investigate the leading Democratic Party presidential candidate at the time even though she destroyed classified information.  Dershowitz notes in a Wall Street Journal op-ed, “Even with the recorded statements [by Trump], this case isn’t nearly as strong as the one that led to President Richard Nixon’s resignation in 1974… Many of the charges in this case are matters of degree. Nor have prosecutors any evidence that Mr. Trump’s actions damaged national security more than those of Mr. Biden, Mr. Pence and Mrs. Clinton did.”