On Thursday, retired Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told CNN’s John Berman that despite President Donald Trump’s poker face, he should be very concerned about his close associates talking to special counsel Robert Muller.
“Allen Weisselberg is the guy that knows where all the financial bodies are buried. Should the president be more concerned about him?” Berman asked.
“He should be, especially if he thinks Weisselberg said anything incriminating,” Dershowitz said. “Did he say anything that builds gaps in the prosecution’s case? [He doesn’t know] what gaps there are.”
“Weisselberg may have told about a meeting or encounter, something they didn’t know could lead to other issues. The president should be concerned about Weisselberg and Cohen,” he said.
He added, “I would expect his legal team is concerned. He may be putting forth a positive face on this, but he should be deeply concerned.”
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Former FBI assistant director of counterintelligence, Frank Figliuzzi, revealed that his former colleagues and law enforcement he knows recognize that far-right agitators are attempting to start significant conflicts between police and protesters.
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Trump criticized as ‘most cowardly tough guy’ for Twitterstorm while being rushed to protective underground bunker
Twitter couldn't help but notice that President Donald Trump was talking tough while hiding in his underground bunker.
The New York Times reported Sunday that Trump was rushed to the underground bunker that has only been used during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks when passenger planes were headed to Washington, D.C. Trump, by contrast, didn't experience a terrorist threat, a few hundred protesters surrounded the White House complex, which is blocked off by several fences and surrounded by Secret Service and police.
It was something that many noticed contrasted with former Vice President Joe Biden, who spent Sunday listening to the concerns from protesters on the streets of his hometown.