‘King Trump?’: Hear The Chilling Moment A Professor Saw Trump’s Impact On Her Law Students | MSNBC

‘King Trump?’: Hear The Chilling Moment A Professor Saw Trump’s Impact On Her Law Students | MSNBC 1

 

NYU Law Professor Melissa Murray shares a sobering story on “The Beat with Ari Melber” about her students “jaded and cynical” reaction to the “prospect of justice.” (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. )
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‘King Trump?’: Hear The Chilling Moment A Professor Saw Trump’s Impact On Her Law | MSNBC

37 Comments on "‘King Trump?’: Hear The Chilling Moment A Professor Saw Trump’s Impact On Her Law Students | MSNBC"

  1. Sad and frightening.

  2. That is extremely disheartening.

  3. Trump is not a king, he’s a drama queen.

  4. I will never bow down to that orange creature🐗😠

    • Maria Acuna Nobody’s making you

    • You are the second person on this site showing definite signs of a mental disturbance.

    • No one has asked you to bow down to President Trump. You’ll only have to bow down to Jesus Christ. The mainstream media is the problem here. President Trump doesn’t dance to their tune of liberal ideas, like open borders, abortion on demand, higher taxes for more welfare recipients and crippling regulations that hold our great country from progressing. It will be a landslide victory in 2020 for Donald J Trump. We tolerated the last president that didn’t accomplish anything for 8 years. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

  5. If Dershowitz could argue the way he did in the impeachment trial and still have tenure at Harvard is it any suprise that students would be cynical and jaded about American justice?

  6. Lawyers are cynical because they see the Corruption of America and realize they are screwed too.

  7. There are no checks and balances when the Chief Executive abuses his power and undermines the entire justice system.

  8. Well, little use for lawyers in Gilead anyways.

  9. Elaine Johnson | February 18, 2020 at 9:26 PM | Reply

    We are in a dictatorship. Trump has gotten away with everything.

  10. IT’S MORE THEN SAD IT’S FREIGHTENING.

  11. What a joke ……😭😭😭😭😭🤪🤪

  12. all take a knee to pus gut

  13. Harley MF Quinn | February 18, 2020 at 9:37 PM | Reply

    TRUMP cannot pardon himself!!! That’s the good news. Cause surely someday the law will catch up with him.

  14. So full of feeling and emotions

  15. the notion of justice is perverted under the perverted… now can you guess how and why?… *pervert* should lend a clue…

  16. Well if I were him, I will be worried because no matter what, after his presidency, he will be the most pathetic man to walk on earth. No immunity to shield him. Likewise his cohorts who are aiding and abetting. He can be a king for sure but it’s temporary. May be he will run to Putin to grant him amnesty because he will be the first US president to go to jail. Let him continue making his case worse for himself

    • what is scary the most is the hiatus between November and January 20. He and the GOP will probably leave a wasteland.

  17. And even sadder is that the RepubliCONS set him free and have enabled him and even gave him their blessings to DESTROY AMERICA ……………. VOTE BLUE

  18. Richard Christie | February 18, 2020 at 10:14 PM | Reply

    USA will be reaping what its been sowing for many years to come.

  19. KING TRUMP!!! AND YOUR GONNA LIKE IT !!!!

  20. Yes, the students who laugh about it because trump is disrespecting the LAWS and CONSTITUTION!::

    America, in sad times!::

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