Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz accused Stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti of spewing false predictions, particularly because President Donald Trump has not resigned after Avenatti said he “guarantee[s] it.”Related: Michael Avenatti says he’d ‘absolutely’ beat Donald Trump in 2020 election and ‘be his worst nightmare'”He accused me of making false predictions whereas all of his predictions are correct. His major prediction in May was that President Trump would resign—we’re waiting to see that happen,” Dershowitz said Monday on Fox News’s Tucker Carlson Tonight show.Dershowitz, who has long engaged in a war of words with Avenatti, including in a recent appearance on ABC’s This Week show, told Carlson to invite Avenatti on to his show if Trump does not step down.”Confront him with that prediction. He not only made a prediction—he said, ‘I guarantee you, guarantee you that President Trump will resign’ after hearing what Rudy Giuliani said and what Avenatti said,” Dershowitz said. “It’s total nonsense.”Avenatti made the claim on MSNBC in May after Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani said the president repaid his longtime lawyer Michael Cohen for hush money to adult film star Daniels, but later clarified that Cohen had an arrangement with Trump to cover expenses and that the… Read full this story
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