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“To buy access, of course,” Dershowitz told Fox News. “Nobody would doubt that – and that’s why it’s worth investigating, and that’s why, if there were to be witnesses, he would have to be called because the president was entitled to say, ‘On the basis of this information, don’t you think this should be an investigation?’”

Dershowitz added that when someone is running to become the next President of the United States, it means they must be under greater scrutiny – even if that person is former Vice President Joe Biden.

‘If you’re running for president, you have to have more scrutiny’

“By the way, even if he did say it on the day that Biden announced, when a person announces for president, that subjects him to greater scrutiny by the media, by everybody else,” Dershowitz said. “So, of course you’re going to get greater scrutiny if you’re running for president – Instead of having been just a has-been former vice president. You don’t need scrutiny.”

“If you’re running for president, you have to have more scrutiny,” he continued.

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Will Biden’s Mistakes Overshadow His Experience?

The Political Insider/Lifezette’s Robyn Kenney recently made the case that Biden’s many mistakes could overshadow his experience.

“Biden has continued to argue with voters against the urging of his staff to move along, as heard in the video above,” Kenney wrote. “He presumably refuses to fully prepare for debates and media events, based on his responses to attacks from his opponents, and his overall verbal fumbling.”

“Biden still has so much power over the other candidates, because as long as he’s moderately coherent and remains to appear confident in the wake of his mistakes – no one can beat his resume,” Kenney added.

It will be hard for the other Dems, including Senator Bernie Sanders, to beat Biden’s resume.

But will his many mistakes end up beating him in the end?