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  • ISBN: 9781510742291
  • ISBN: 151074228X
  • ISBN: 9781510742284
  • Physical Description: x, 150 pages ; 24 cm.
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  • Publisher: New York, NY : Hot Books, [2018]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 147-150).
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction: The constitutional case against impeaching Trump -- Opening statements: The age of hyper-partisan politics. The partisan show is on the other foot ; When politics is criminalized ; When criminal law is weaponized for political gain ; I haven't changed; they have -- Trump: Accusations and realities. A partisan rush to prosecute Trump ; Why Donald Trump can't be charged with obstruction ; "Corrupt motive" is not a proper criterion for prosecuting a president ; The ruling shows I'm right on Trump and corruption ; No one is above the law ; Does Donald Trump have congressional immunity? ; Rod Rosenstein should not be fired, but should he be recused? ; On criminality and presidential advice -- Mueller and the need for a nonpartisan commission. Why did Mueller impanel a second grand jury in DC? ; Flynn plea reveals weakness, not strength, of Mueller probe ; Trump doesn't need to fire Mueller--here's why ; Desire to "get Trump" risks death of civil liberties ; Does the President have the right to expect loyalty from his Attorney General? ; The Nunes FISA memo deserves more investigation. Time for a nonpartisan commission ; Trump is right: the Special Counsel should never have been appointed -- Accountability, civil liberties, and Michale Cohen. The President has a special obligation to condemn the racist right ; Enough with the anti-Trump McCarthyism! ; Targeting Trump's lawyer should worry us all ; For ACLU, getting Trump trumps civil liberties ; The final nail in the ACLU's coffin ; "Firewalls" and "taint teams" do not protect Fourth and Sixth Amendment rights--we need a new law to protect lawyer-client communications ; The sword of Damocles ; The epic struggle for Michael Cohen's soul and testimony ; Federal Judge rightly rebukes Mueller for questionable tactics -- Trump's legal defense and moving forward. Trump's better off litigating than testifying ; The Trump defense ; You won't have any doubt at the end of this ; Can Trump pardon himself? The answer is: no one actually knows ; Trump will not pardon himself or testify in sex cases ; People confuse my advocacy ; Tweeting with POTUS -- Conclusion.
Summary, etc.: The author seeks to reorient the debate over impeachment to the same standard that Dershowitz has continued to uphold for decades: the law of the United States of America, as established by the Constitution.
Author Notes

Alan Dershowitz is one of the most famous and celebrated lawyers in America. He was the youngest full professor in Harvard Law School history, where he is now the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Emeritus. The author of numerous bestselling books, from Chutzpah to The Best Defense to Reversal of Fortune (which was made into an Academy Award-winning film) and to The Case for Israel, Dershowitz has advised and defended many of the most famous legal cases of the past fifty years, including O.J. Simpson, Anatoly Sharansky, Michael Milken, Claus von Bulow, and Mike Tyson.

Subject: Trump, Donald 1946- Impeachment
Impeachments United States
Trump, Donald 1946- Political and social views
United States Politics and government 2017-
Political corruption United States
Misconduct in office United States
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