JORDAN SEKULOW: There hasn't been, like, a long record of successfully actually finding presidents guilty and throwing them out of office by using this process, which is exactly what the founders intended. It should be very difficult. I think that's it, that's all you need to discuss. I don't want to hear from these professors, and I think that's what the White House is concerned about.
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Well, why don't they bring in Mark Levin? Why don't they bring in you, Jordan? Why don't they bring in your father? Why don't they bring in Gregg Jarrett?
HANNITY: And Gregg, what do you suggest?
GREGG JARRETT: Well, I would suggest calling Alan Dershowitz. He's an esteemed constitutional law professor, he's already made it clear that even if you view the president's actions in the light most unfavorable to him, it still does not come close to rising to the level of an impeachable offense.