After it was determined that neither President Donald Trump's campaign nor anyone associated with it colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said the "American public" was "misinformed" during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation — and singled out CNN.
'A very, very bad day for CNN'
"This is a good day for the president," Dershowitz told Fox News on Sunday. "It's a very, very bad day for CNN.
"I have to tell you, there [sic] should be hanging their head in shame when you think about how many people went out on a limb and predicted there would be indictments for obstruction, there would be indictments for collusion, there would be indictments for this and for that," he added. "They made it seem like it was an open and shut case, and they misinformed the American public, and they have to have some public accountability when you say things that turn out not to be true."
Dershowitz — an iconic constitutional law expert and political liberal — has spoken out regarding liberal media bias against Trump despite his stated opposition to the president.
'I've been vindicated'
"Look, I've been vindicated," he said. "I've been saying this from day one and been criticized and condemned for simply doing a legal analysis that I think any reasonable, objective, nonpartisan lawyer would have done, would have come to the same conclusion I came to and, essentially, the conclusion that was come to today by the attorney general."
(H/T: The Daily Caller)