Dershowitz: Mueller 'Tried to Spring a Perjury Trap' on Trump
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Alan Dershowitz says it was a "very smart decision" for President Donald Trump to answer special counsel Robert Mueller's questions in writing rather than in person because the former FBI director was trying to get the president to perjure himself. [Full Story]
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Dershowitz: Mueller 'Tried to Spring a Perjury Trap' on Trump
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