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Controversial lawyer Alan Dershowitz on Tuesday said Michael Cohen’s guilty plea for breaking campaign finance law may not be as big a problem for President Trump as his critics hope and his supporters fear.

“This is the beginning of a story that will unravel over time, but it’s not nearly as deadly lethal as some have portrayed it as being,” Dershowitz, a staunch defender of Trump’s civil liberties amid special counsel Robert Mueller’s federal Russia investigation, said during an interview on Fox News.

The article goes on to state the following:

Dershowitz downplayed the significance of election law violations, claiming “every” administration and presidential candidate commits them.

“Here, they’re trying to elevate this into an impeachable offense or a felony against the president,” he continued. “Naming someone as an un-indicted co-conspirator is very unfair because he has no opportunity to defend himself or herself. And yet that may happen.”

The Washington Examiner also noted:

Dershowitz, a self-described liberal Democrat who has gained notoriety for his criticism of Mueller’s Russia probe, complained in July he had been “shunned” by former friends holidaying at Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., over his pro-Trump posturing.

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