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Hi, I'm Ben Mathis. Welcome to kick ass news. I've recently had a few listeners right into say that I've had too many guests from the intelligence community in the press criticizing Donald Trump and calling for his impeachment. So today I'm giving equal time to the other side sort of you see, my guest today is not a Republican or an outright Trump supporter. In fact, he's a lifelong democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton and even donated to her campaign and he's vocally opposed many of Trump's policies as president. But now he's making an equally impassioned case against Trump's impeachment not because he's a fan of the president, but because he's a fan of the constitution in his latest book, the case against impeaching Trump attorney. Alan Dershowitz reminds readers that impeachment is a legal proceeding not political theater, and he says the rules clearly spelled out in the constitution apply as much to President Donald Trump as they would to a president, Hillary Clinton. And he ought to know because Alan Dershowitz is one of the most famous lawyers in America, having advised and defended many of the most widely covered legal cases of the past fifty years, including OJ. Simpson Anatoly Sharansky, Michael Milkin Klaus von Bulow and Mike Tyson. The Felix Frankfurter professor of law emeritus at Harvard Law School Dershowitz has been called one of the most prominent and consistent defenders of civil liberties in America by politico and the nation's most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights by Newsweek. And on today's podcast, he says, even though he may not like Dow Trump, the president is entitled to the same rights as any other American. He explains exactly what is and is not an impeachable offense. Why crime may not always equal impeachment and how this applies to presidents from Andrew Johnson and Richard Nixon to Bill Clinton and dull Trump according to her. She wits. And he says, according to the constitution, the. President has every right to fire. The FBI director shutdown investigations and pardon anyone. He wants, perhaps even including himself. He warns against a dangerous trend of criminalising politics on both sides argues that the Muller investigation runs the risk of abusing attorney client privilege and asks, where has the ACO Houben throughout at all. Plus he rates Rudy Giuliani's performances Trump's attorney weighs in on the president's supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh and the world's most famous defense attorney advises that Trump should absolutely not agree to an interview with the Muller investigation. Coming up with professor Alan Dershowitz in just a moment. Alan Dershowitz is one of the most famous and celebrated lawyers in America. He's advised in.