“I think the report will be devastating to the president,” said Dershowitz, a former Harvard lawyer professor, at “ABC this week”. “And I know that the president’s team is already working on an answer to the report.”
“At a time when the report was published – and it is a very difficult issue with regard to the new attorney general who has the power to decide when and under what circumstances to make it public – it will probably be published with an answer next to,” he added, referring Matthew Whitaker, the new actor who replaced they kicked Jeff Sessions after the November mid-election.
Mueller was appointed to lead the Special Council’s investigation of Russian involvement in the 201
6 election after Trump fired since FBI director James Comey in May 2017, as he led the first investigation of cooperation between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Trump has repeatedly attenuated Mueller’s survey as a “witch hunt” and insisted that there was no interaction between his campaign and Russia.
Dershowitz proudly expressed his expectations of a “politically very devastating report”, he does not believe criminal charges will be brought forth.
“When I say devastating, I mean it will paint a picture that will be politically very devastating,” he said. “I still do not think it will be a crime because collusion is not criminal.”