Dershowitz: Trump Should Be Concerned About Allen Weisselberg’s Testimony
DERSHOWITZ: "He should be and especially enough if he thinks weisselberg said anything incriminating. That’s not the issue. Did he say anything that builds gaps in the prosecution’s case. If you say, I said nothing, that will hurt the president. You don’t know what gaps there are. Weisselberg may have told about a meeting or encounter, something they didn’t know could lead to other issues. The president should be concerned about weisselberg and Cohen. I would expect his legal team is concerned he may be putting forth a positive face on this but he should be deeply concerned. I’ve always said he should be more concerned about the southern district where he doesn’t have constitutional defenses than the Mueller probe, which is about his presidency, where he has constitutional defenses. They may not be perfect but they’re better than the situation he’s in, in the southern district."