On Outnumbered Overtime on Monday, host Harris Faulkner spoke with Fox News chief White House correspondent John Roberts about former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos reporting to prison, and the Russia probe in general.
During his report, Roberts brought up an appearance by Alan Dershowitz on ABC’s This Week on Sunday, in which the Harvard Law professor emeritus said that he thinks the special counsel’s report will be “devastating to the president.”
“Now yesterday, on one of the Sunday morning programs, Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz — who has sided with the president a lot in terms of legal opinions on Mueller — said he believes the Mueller report, if and when it is produced by the special counsel’s office, would be politically devastating for the president, though he doesn’t expect that it would include any criminal charges,” he continued.
However, Roberts found no back-up for Dershowitz’s claim, he said.
“But other sources suggest that they don’t know what Dershowitz is talking about,” he said. “Because it’s not like the Mueller investigation is going to be made public, he’s not going to release this from on high.” – READ MORE