Famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz discussed a “theory” Wednesday, one day after meeting with President Trump, about how the “Hollywood Access” tape was illegally recorded.
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) April 12, 2018
In that tape from 2005, which surfaced during the 2016 election, Trump could be heard talking with former “Today” show host Billy Bush on a bus, via hot mic, about groping women without their consent.
Dershowitz said during a panel on CNN that because California, where the exchange took place, is two-party consent state, the taping was illegal.
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