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Michael Avenatti destroys ‘Trump sycophant’ Alan Dershowitz: ‘What happened to you?’

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Michael Avenatti and Alan Dershowitz

Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz wrote a book defending President Donald Trump by arguing that his alleged coordination with a hostile foreign power to use illegally obtained emails to influence the 2016 presidential campaign is not a crime.

He’s since become a Trump mouthpiece on Fox News and other networks, defending the president even as others openly mocked him.

On Tuesday, he went on Fox & Friends where he called attorney Michael Avenatti, who is representing Stormy Daniels and a woman who says she was sexually abused by Brett Kavanaugh, an “embarrassment” to their profession while also arguing a very specific notion of what the 25th Amendment means.

Avenatti did not hold back in his response, firing off a tweet that called the once-distinguished jurist a “hack” and “sycophant.

“What happened to you? You used to be revered and respected. You are now seen as nothing more than a Trump sycophant and a hack for the GOP and Fox News,” Avenatti said. “Anytime they need someone to do their bidding, they trot you out. Those mar-a-lago invites and cookies must be amazing.”

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Mitch McConnell caves into Jon Stewart on 9/11 first responders — finally agrees to meet with them

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was completely eviscerated by former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart last week, after McConnell refused to hold a vote on continuing to fund medical care for the 9/11 first responders and workers who helped clean up the collapsed buildings after the attack. But now he's giving in, for now, The New York Post reported.

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Trump is endangering the US by governing like he’s directing a reality TV show: officials

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In a report from the Washington Post, leaders from policy to politics are telling the president to get it together. The "freewheeling" style of politics may have been a quirky style, but now it's putting the United States in a difficult position.

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Conservative columnist tells Trump make good on his threats with Iran or ‘shut up’

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President Donald Trump appeared to back down last week when it came to an attack on Iran after an oil tanker was allegedly fired upon and the country shot down a U.S. drone during surveillance.

Republicans and even Trump himself has mocked former President Barack Obama for drawing a "red line" for Syria but being unwilling to act further. In Obama's case, the president saw the country cross the red line and asked Congress to give him a declaration of war. Republicans refused at the time.

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