'Round and 'round we go.
Alan Dershowitz probably should've kept this to himself.
"I challenge my false accusers" to accuse me in public, the famed lawyer said in December over allegations he took part in Epstein's sex ring.
Twitter users have a civics lesson for Trump after his latest complaint.
Two federal judges in New York ruled that sex trafficking laws can be used in lawsuits against the disgraced movie mogul.
“I challenge my false accusers to stop hiding behind the litigation privilege and accuse me in public so I can sue them and prove they are lying for money."
Alan Dershowitz explained to the "Tucker Carlson Tonight" host why he wished he "hadn't used that language."
The judge should nix a guilty plea from former Trump aide Michael Flynn, the law professor said.
The Harvard law professor and frequent Trump defender explained how he believes the Russia probe will shake out.
"All sides have an interest in a full and thorough examination of these serious charges," the Harvard law professor wrote for Fox News.
Womp womp: It can be so painful when you're not invited to Martha's Vineyard dinner parties.
Alan Dershowitz, Anthony Scaramucci and Bill O'Reilly all spoke out against the practice on Monday.
CNN host tries in vain to make sense of Trump's Fox News interview.
"It was such a minor relationship," Hannity said.
"The Special Council is a unit of the Space Force."
What will it take for female victims of sexual abuse to be believed? Sexual abuse and the court of public opinion
Is it then one person's word against the other, just as Amole had assessed it three decades ago? Or is it possible to find
"The last thing many of these students want is real diversity, diversity of ideas."