The Harvard Law School professor compared campaign finance violations to jaywalking.
The Fox News host repeated the accusation a number of times.
"It's total nonsense," Dershowitz said of Avenatti's predictions.
"With this kind of president, with his knowledge of foreign policy, who knows what is going on? Foreign policy is not his big thing."
When Tucker Carlson asked why his son should be sent to defend Montenegro, Trump said: "I understand what you're saying. I've asked the same question. Montenegro, you know, is a tiny country with very strong people."
Democrats gush "over the porn lawyer, the one whose eyes are too close together," Carlson said. Michael Avenatti soon fired back.
"Why wouldn't you want your whole country to speak one language? Why is that bad? Isn't that the goal?" Carlson said.
The Fox News host was repeating a claim made by President Trump that has been challenged by government watchdogs.
Tucker Carlson discussed the threat of pandas rather than the legal peril involving the president's inner circle.
"America has changed completely. The patriarchy is gone. Women are winning. Men are failing."
Carlson said the series will take a look at the "largely ignored disaster" that is the lack of messaging around male empowerment.
The president suggested taking guns away from mentally ill people without due process.
Survivors of the school shooting have been vocal about the need for gun control.
Now the most popular prime time host on Fox News, Carlson is also the staunchest defender of President Donald Trump's anti-immigration policies.
Bill Kristol slammed the Fox News host, saying "one of the most gifted" young reporters was overseeing a show that is "close now to racism."
The "It's Okay to Be White" segment was typical Fox News fodder, but with an exception: Tucker Carlson was pushing forward a meme promoted by white supremacists.
Once a staunch Reagan Republican, Laura Ingraham has become Trump's top tub-thumper—and Fox's new star. But is her love for the Donald genuine or something more cynical?
The rules were broken during discussions of Trump's travel ban and the Manchester bombing.
The Fox News host twists Kathy Griffin's recent criticisms of the attorney to label Bloom "moral cover for hire."
"It just seems like an overstatement," Carlson said about oppression of black Americans. "You could never understand. You don't live it," Freddie Mitchell responded.
All of the network's prime-time shows have gleefully discussed reopening a case that was closed last year by the FBI.