Dershowitz also pointed out that presidential candidates can spend as much as they like on their campaign without it being illegal.
Always ready to set the record straight, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz is poking holes in former Trump attorney Michael Cohen's claims that the then-candidate illegally instructed him to pay hush money to his alleged paramours for the campaign.
In an exclusive interview with ABC on Friday, Michael Cohen not only told George Stephanopoulos that President Trump instructed him to pay off his mistresses but also knew it was the "wrong" thing to do.
Speaking with Fox News on Friday, Alan Dershowitz picked apart Cohen's case, asserting that he does not seem to understand the difference between "wrong" and "illegal."
"Reasonable people can disagree about whether it's wrong to pay hush money to somebody to stop them from disclosing alleged improprieties sexually. Reasonable people can say that's wrong or that's right," Dershowitz said. "It's not illegal."