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As the U.S. President hits Britain, Theresa May needs a touch of the Trumps

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AMERICA’S most famous lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, has been in hot water recently – an experience that tells you a lot about how Donald Trump has scrambled people’s brains.

Dershowitz once defended OJ Simpson, but the stick he got for that was nothing compared to the attacks he’s received for defending President Trump over alleged legal abuses in the ongoing Trump/Russia investigation.

Dershowitz is a lifelong Democrat. He backed Hillary Clinton. And yet this year he has been completely ostracised by his former friends and the chattering classes at their swanky summer retreats.

So it’s with some trepidation that I write here in defence of Donald Trump. I can predict the howls of outrage: “He’s a fascist! He loves dictators! He kills babies!” (Or perhaps: “He is a baby — a giant inflatable one”). Yep, we get it: You don’t like Trump.

Bashing Trump is certainly fashionable. But there’s a narrow-mindedness and bigotry to the attacks that is both unintelligent and unattractive.

Look, I’m not a fan of everything Donald Trump has said or done. On my weekly TV show on Fox News I’ve criticised him over remarks he has made and some of his policies.

On top of that, I’ve pursued the dodgy dealings and conflicts of interest of some of Donald Trump’s cabinet members.

But is there another side to the story?

Because of the........

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