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Story 1: President Trump’s Legal Team Includes Alan Dershowitz, Ken Starr, Pam Bondi,Trump’s Personal Laywer Jay Sekulow, and White House Counsel Pat Cipollone — Videos —

Trump’s impeachment defense team: Top lawyers tapped for looming trial

Trump’s legal team prepares for impeachment trial

Meet The Trump Impeachment Defense Team | The Day That Was | MSNBC

Jim Jordan on joining Trump’s defense team: All the facts support the president

Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team

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President Donald Trump has assembled a made-for-TV legal team for his Senate trial that includes household names like Ken Starr, the prosecutor whose investigation two decades ago resulted in the impeachment of Bill Clinton. Former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said he will deliver constitutional arguments meant to shield Trump from allegations that he abused his power.

The additions Friday bring experience in the politics of impeachment as well as constitutional law to the team, which faced a busy weekend of deadlines for legal briefs before opening arguments begin Tuesday even as more evidence rolled in.

The two new Trump attorneys are already nationally known both for their involvement in some of the more consequential legal dramas of recent American history and for their regular appearances on Fox News, the president’s preferred television network.

Dershowitz is a constitutional expert whose expansive views of presidential powers echo those of Trump. Starr is a veteran of partisan battles in Washington, having led the investigation into Clinton’s affair with a White House intern that brought about the president’s impeachment by the House. Clinton was acquitted at his Senate trial, the same outcome Trump is expecting from the Republican-led chamber.

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Still, the lead roles for Trump’s defense will be played by White House Counsel Pat Cipollone and Trump personal lawyer Jay Sekulow, who also represented Trump during special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

Democrats released more documents late Friday from Lev Parnas, an indicted associate of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, with photos, text and audio, as they make their case against the president over his actions toward Ukraine.

There are some signs of tension involving the president’s outside legal team and lawyers within the White House.

Some White House officials bristled that the announcement was not coordinated with them. The White House waited until late Friday night to confirm the full roster of the president’s lawyers.

Hours after Dershowitz announced his involvement with the team in a series of tweets Friday, he played down his role by saying he would be present for only an hour or so to make constitutional arguments.

“I’m not a full-fledged member of the defense team,” he told “The Dan Abrams Show” on SiriusXM. He has long been a critic of “the overuse of impeachment,” he said, and would have made the same case for a President Hillary Clinton.

A legal brief laying out the contours of the Trump defense, due at noon Monday, was still being drafted, with White House attorneys and the outside legal team grappling over how political the document should be. Those inside the administration have echoed warnings from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that the pleadings must be sensitive to the Senate’s more staid traditions and leave the sharper rhetoric to Twitter and cable news.

A Fox News host said on the air that Starr would be parting ways with the network as a result of his role on the legal team.

Other members of Trump’s legal defense include Pam Bondi, the former Florida attorney general; Jane Raskin, who was part of the president’s legal team during Mueller’s investigation; Robert Ray, who was part of the Whitewater investigation of the Clintons; and Eric D. Herschmann of the Kasowitz Benson Torres legal firm, which has represented Trump in numerous cases over the last 15 years.

Giuliani told The Associated Press that the president has assembled a “top-notch” defense team and he was not disappointed not to be included.

Giuliani, who many in the White House blame for leading Trump down the path to impeachment by fueling Ukraine conspiracies, had previously expressed interest in being on the legal team. But he said Friday his focus would be on being a potential witness, though there is no certainty that he would be called.

“I will be getting ready to testify,” he said.

Trump was impeached by the House last month on charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress, stemming from his pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democratic rivals as he was withholding security aid, and his efforts to block the ensuing congressional probe.

Senators were sworn in as jurors Thursday by Chief Justice John Roberts.

The president insists he did nothing wrong, and he complains about his treatment daily, sometimes distracting from unrelated events. On Friday, as Trump welcomed the championship Louisiana State University football team to the Oval Office for photos, he said the space had seen “a lot of presidents, some good, some not so good. But you got a good one now, even though they’re trying to impeach the son of a bitch. Can you believe that?”

While the president speaks dismissively of the case, new revelations are mounting about his actions toward Ukraine.

The Government Accountability Office said Thursday that the White House violated federal law in withholding the security assistance to Ukraine, which shares a border with hostile Russia.

Democrats deep into their own preparations released more information from the trove Parnas has turned over to prosecutors linking the president to the shadow foreign policy being run by Giuliani.

Friday’s release included multiple photos of the Soviet-born Florida businessman, including several with Giuliani and some with Trump and Trump’s son, Don Jr.

It also included messages between Parnas and a staff member for Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., a Trump ally.

The GAO report and Parnas documents have applied fresh pressure to senators to call more witnesses for the trial, a main source of contention that is still to be resolved. The White House has instructed officials not to comply with subpoenas from Congress requesting witnesses or other information.

Views on it all are decidedly mixed in the Senate, reflective of the nation at the start of this election year.

“I’ll be honest, a lot of us do see it as a political exercise,” Republican Joni Ernst of Iowa told reporters on a conference call. “The whole process has really been odd or unusual or bizarre.”

Others spoke of the seriousness of the moment.

“Totally somber,” tweeted Democrat Chris Murphy of Connecticut. He sits next to Elizabeth Warren, one of four senators running for the Democratic nomination to challenge Trump in the fall, and said they agreed their “overwhelming emotion was sadness.”

All said they will be listening closely to all arguments.

As she filed for re-election Friday in West Virginia, GOP Sen. Shelley Moore Capito told reporters, “I think it’s been a very politicized process to this point and the president hasn’t had a chance to present his side.”

Starr, besides his 1990s role as independent counsel, is a former U.S. solicitor general and federal circuit court judge.

More recently, he was removed as president of Baylor University and then resigned as chancellor of the school in the wake of a review critical of the university’s handling of sexual assault allegations against football players. Starr said his resignation was the result of the university’s board of regents seeking to place the school under new leadership following the scandal, not because he was accused of hiding or failing to act on information.

Dershowitz’s reputation has been damaged in recent years by his association with Epstein. One of Epstein’s alleged victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has accused Dershowitz of participating in her abuse. Dershowitz has denied it and has been battling in court for years with Giuffre and her lawyers. He recently wrote a book, “Guilt by Accusation,” rejecting her allegations.

Giuffre and Dershowitz are also suing each other for defamation, each saying the other is lying.

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Associated Press writers David Caruso in New York, David Pitt in Iowa, Anthony Izaguirre in West Virginia, Sean Murphy in Oklahoma and Lisa Mascaro in Washington contributed to this report.

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The time President Donald Trump blasted his new impeachment defense lawyer Ken Starr as a ‘lunatic’ who was ‘off his rocker’ in 1999 TV interview

  • President Trump called his new impeachment defense lawyer, Ken Starr, a ‘lunatic’ and a ‘disaster’ in a 1999 interview on the Today Show
  • Trump also said Starr was a ‘wacko’ and ‘off his rocker’ for his handling of Bill Clinton’s impeachment investigation 
  • Starr and Alan Dershowitz were revealed as Trump’s defense lawyers for the Senate Impeachment trial on Friday 
  • Both Starr and Dershowitz were apart of the 2008 legal team that helped Jeffery Epstein a lesser sentence for sexual assault allegations 

President Donald Trump once called his new defense attorney in the Senate impeachment trial, Ken Starr, a ‘lunatic’ and a ‘disaster’ who was ‘off his rocker.’

Trump’s harsh comments came during a 1999 Today Show interview that recently resurfaced during a segment on MSNBC with host Andrea Mitchell.

At that time, Starr was investigating former President Bill Clinton and drafting the ‘Starr Report’, which became the basis for the 1998 impeachment.

Trump was a public supporter of Clinton and would register as a Democrat in August 2001.

‘I think Ken Starr’s a lunatic. I really think that Ken Starr is a disaster,’ he said.

He added: ‘I hated the way the president handled it, it was a long and terrible process. I really think that Ken Starr was terrible.’

President Trump criticized Ken Starr during an interview, saying:  'I think Ken Starr’s a lunatic. I really think that Ken Starr is a disaster'

President Trump criticized Ken Starr during an interview, saying:  ‘I think Ken Starr’s a lunatic. I really think that Ken Starr is a disaster’

‘She’s had a very tough life the last few years. I mean, what could be tougher than that?,’ he said, according to The Washington Post.

‘I mean, can you imagine those evenings when he’s just being lambasted by this crazy Ken Starr, who is a total wacko? There’s the guy. I mean, he is totally off his rocker.’

Ken Starr (pictured) was part of the impeachment investigation for Bill Clinton and drafted the 'Starr Report', which became the basis for the 1998 impeachment

 

Ken Starr (pictured) was part of the impeachment investigation for Bill Clinton and drafted the ‘Starr Report’, which became the basis for the 1998 impeachment

Trump adds Alan Dershowitz to impeachment team

In an ironic twist, Trump appeared on Chris Matthew’s show to argued that Starr created something out of nothing in Clinton’s impeachment.

‘Starr has taken something from nothing and brought it into this big crescendo. But you know what? It’s got to stop. It’s enough,’ Trump said.

In an interview with the New York Times, Trump continued to rail against Starr.

Trump said: ‘Starr’s a freak. I bet he’s got something in his closet.’

On Friday, it was revealed that Trump’s legal team will include Starr and Alan Dershowitz, who defended OJ Simpson and Jeffrey Epstein.

Starr acted on Jeffrey Epstein’s first defense team in 2008 after the accused paedophile was charged with soliciting a child for prostitution.

In 2016, Starr was removed from his job as president on Baylor University after an independent investigation found that, under his leadership, the school did not adequately respond to allegations of sexual assault against players of its championship football team.

He later resigned as chancellor of the Baylor University.

Additionally, Starr was a supporter of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his controversial nomination was met with allegations of sexual assault.

Pictured: Alan Dershowitz
Pictured: Ken Starr

Alan Dershowitz (left) and Ken Starr (right) were revealed to be defense lawyers for President Trump ahead of the Senate impeachment trial

‘The matter is adjourned,’ Starr told CNN during an interview.

‘You had your opportunity to come forward, and you failed to do that year after year after year.’

 Monica Lewsinky, a the former White House intern who became embroiled in the Starr report, shared her reaction to the appointment on Twitter.

‘This is definitely an “are you f***ing kidding me?” kinda day,’ she wrote.

Lewinsky stated that she had nine sexual encounters with Clinton in the Oval Office between 1995 and 1997.

Lewsinsky: 'This is definitely an “are you f***ing kidding me?” kinda day'

Lewsinsky: ‘This is definitely an “are you f***ing kidding me?” kinda day’

Clinton and Lewinsky in the Oval Office in 1997

Clinton and Lewinsky in the Oval Office in 1997

Although Trump’s defense will be spearheaded by White House Counsel Pat Cipollone and his private attorney Jay Sekulow, Starr and Dershowitz were brought on to round out the group.

Reports say Trump was concerned his lawyers would not be aggressive enough during defense proceedings.

In February 2018, Trump quoted Starr in a series of tweets regarding the Russian collusion investigation that continues to mar his presidency.

Trump quoted Starr in a series of tweets in 2019 during the controversial Russian investigation

Trump quoted Starr in a series of tweets in 2019 during the controversial Russian investigation

Trump: 'Judge Ken Starr, former Solicitor Generel & Independent Counsel, just stated that, after two years, “there is no evidence or proof of collusion” & further that “there is no evidence that there was a campaign financing violation involving the President.” Thank you Judge'

Trump: ‘Judge Ken Starr, former Solicitor Generel & Independent Counsel, just stated that, after two years, “there is no evidence or proof of collusion” & further that “there is no evidence that there was a campaign financing violation involving the President.” Thank you Judge’

He wrote: ‘We’ve seen NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION….I have seen nothing, the firing of James Comey and all of the aftermath, that suggests that the President has obstructed justice because he’s exercising his power as the President of the U.S. I just don’t see it.” Judge Ken Starr.’

‘Judge Ken Starr, former Solicitor Generel & Independent Counsel, just stated that, after two years, “there is no evidence or proof of collusion” & further that “there is no evidence that there was a campaign financing violation involving the President.” Thank you Judge. @FoxNews,’ he added in a later tweet.

Neither Trump nor Starr have publicly addressed the comments.

Story 2: Bombshells or Duds in Impeachment Trial — Videos —

Impeachment Moves Forward to Nowhere

Meanwhile, a debate showcases the Democrats’ detachment from life on the ground in America.

Impeachment is moving forward and going nowhere. There is new information but it doesn’t really tell those who’ve paid attention anything they didn’t know. Putative administration operative Lev Parnas said on “The Rachel Maddow Show” Wednesday that the president knew everything about efforts to lean on Ukraine. But this was clear in testimony throughout the impeachment hearings. His own ambassador to the European Union said it! The ambassador to Ukraine knew she was being schemed against, lost her job because of it, and spelled it out under oath.

It’s icing on a cake that’s already sagging. The president will be acquitted for a host of reasons, from partisanship to a prudential judgment that his actions don’t warrant removal with a presidential election 10 months away.

What did Speaker Nancy Pelosi gain by playing her monthlong game of peekaboo, waiting to send the charges to the Senate? She withheld from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell papers he didn’t wish to receive and she saw that as leverage? It appears she was playing for time as investigators tried to develop more evidence. But again, for what? The president couldn’t look more guilty.

Meantime impeachment as a dramatic and distinct event lost all momentum. In the month after the House vote the story lost lift, then got lost in the Iran drama. This second stage feels not like the continuation of the first but a brand new second impeachment, which a lot of people will experience as overkill.

On the creepiness of the signing ceremony for the impeachment articles: Modern presidents have always held such ceremonies and signed big, happy legislation with many pens. Lyndon B. Johnson liked clutching bunches of them in his thick, meaty fist and handing them out personally. But the impeachment of a president is a grave and unhappy event. It’s not celebratory. Enacting triumphalism was shallow and looked like a tell. Why pens, why not a scalp?

Serious people understand the implications of things. Impeachment has now been normalized. It won’t be a once-in-a-generation act but an every-administration act. Democrats will regret it when Republicans are handing out the pens.

To the Democratic debate Tuesday night in Des Moines.

It contained my favorite panel-candidate moment of this cycle.

Bright young woman journalist: “Sen. Sanders, I do want to be clear here, you’re saying that you never told Sen. Warren that a woman could not win the election?”

Sanders: “That is correct.”

BYWJ: “Sen. Warren, what did you think when Sen. Sanders told you a woman could not win the election?”

Warren: “I disagreed.”

It was like Judge Judy on drugs:

“Ernie, did you hit Peggy on the head?”

“No, of course not.”

“Peggy, how did you feel when Ernie hit you on the head?”

The moment went uncorrected. This is why people hate the press.

I found myself watching Elizabeth Warren. She has proved she can take a punch and throw one (“Look at the men on this stage. Collectively, they have lost 10 elections.”) Of the candidates in their 70s she’s the highest-energy and most indefatigable. Actually she’d have high energy for a 50-year-old. All candidates now have to be actors but she’s a good one, telling her stories over and over, her voice growing husky at the moving parts.

Her challenge is not that she’s a woman, it is her policies, and maybe something else. I watched the debate with a man who’s a sophisticated observer with no dog in the fight. Ms. Warren was doing her magical thinking about how universal Medicare won’t cost people a thing, it’s all savings with a few small tax increases on people we don’t like. I asked aloud, “Does she believe what she says or does she know it’s make-believe?”

He considered: “She did.” he said. That sounds right, that she started with belief but at this point sees the holes in what she’s saying. She’s caught, because she’s said it too often and now can only repeat it.

Bernie Sanders has the same magical thinking about the cost of things, who’ll pay, and what effect that will have on the nation’s life. But he gets away with it because he’s a declared socialist. His supporters don’t want realism and his foes don’t expect it. Ms. Warren says she’s a capitalist with a critique, so she faces a different burden.

There was also in the debate a kind of detachment from real life. A voter asked: “How will you prioritize accessing quality affordable child care?” The candidates were indignant that women can be held from the workforce by the high cost of child care. Pete Buttigieg vowed to get “federal dollars” involved, and spoke of stunted careers. Ms. Warren said, “My plan is universal child care for everyone.” She told of how she was almost forced “off track” by child care problems. Mr. Sanders said, “Every psychologist in the world knows 0 through 4 are the most important years of human life, intellectually and emotionally.”

No one spoke with compassion for parents, for mothers who forgo the earnings and status (“I have a job”) and relationships (“I’m not lonely all day”) of having a job to stay home with kids under 4. No one said that actually a lot of parents think the most important thing is to stay home and raise the kids, that many struggle to do it, and we might want to help them. No one noted we don’t give any particular honor to those who stay home, even though our culture depends on them.

What seemed to guide all the answers was a technocratic assumption that it’s best for little children to be raised by well-compensated strangers as mom is absorbed into the workforce, where she’ll finally achieve full self-actualization.

It was all so . . . cold. And detached from real life as many live it.

Meanwhile in full-employment America, Donald Trump is taking out terrorists with drones and announcing trade deals with China and seemingly weathering every storm. In the China ceremony Tuesday, in the East Room, after a booming “Hail to the Chief,” with a palpable sense of triumph filling the room, with the golden frames of the great portraits shining, Mr. Trump rolled off the names of the CEOs in the audience. There were a lot! It was in a way a fabulous celebration of the riches produced by capitalism. But it also seemed an almost sinister declaration of the intimate ties between great U.S. corporations and the federal government. The CEO of Boeing is here, the chief of eBay. “How’s General Electric doing, Nels?” “Ryan Lance, ConocoPhillips, you’re doing fantastically well!” “I made a lot of bankers look very good, but you’re doing a great job.” “Ken Griffin, Citadel, what a guy he is.”

It was reminiscent of the scene in “The Godfather: Part II” where Fulgencio Batista hands around the solid gold telephone. “I’d like to thank this distinguished group of American industrialists for continuing to work with Cuba for the greatest period of prosperity in her entire history. Mr. William Shaw, representing the General Fruit Company . . . Messrs. Corngold and Dant of the United Telephone and Telegraph Company . . . and of course our friend Mr. Robert Allen of South American Sugar.”

We all think our breathless recitations of the latest revelations matter but I don’t know, it keeps feeling like 2016. Only this time with full employment.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/impeachment-moves-forward-to-nowhere-11579220263

Parnas and Ukraine aid bombshells jolt impeachment trial

A series of revelations are giving Democrats new ammunition to prosecute their case against Trump.

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