Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law School professor emeritus, civil libertarian and defender of Donald Trump, wants the public to know he hasn’t changed his mind on what makes an impeachable offense. He’s just got a deeper understanding of history, he maintains now, ever since he declared, during the Bill Clinton impeachment trial, that impeachable conduct does not require a crime.

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