President Trump stands vindicated despite the legal losses he has suffered in attempting to audit the election. Even if he hasn’t won any of his cases, Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz believes that the President is doing important work.
During an interview on Newsmax TV’s “Greg Kelly Reports,” Dershowitz said, “Keep fighting, keep arguing, keep doing but understand the likelihood of the outcome. Don’t be expecting things that are unlikely to happen. But don’t give up the fight. Why give up the fight? If, look — even if it doesn’t impact this election, it will improve future elections.”
Even if the President’s legal team has been unable to show it, the American people know that there were problems with the election, and work needs to be done to address those issues.
If it hadn’t been for President Trump and his legal team, much of what we learned about what happened during the election would not have come to light.
Dershowitz continued saying, “That’s why the lawyers should be praised. They’re trying to improve our electoral system. This is not undemocratic. This is consistent with our system of checks and balances.”
Democrats and the left have decried the President’s efforts as dangerous to democracy when, in fact, but Dershowitz contends the opposite is the case.
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