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Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz threatened to sue the University of California-Berkeley over a campus speaker stipulation he said might be "content-based discrimination."

Dershowitz, a Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton, said a campus group invited him to speak at the college about Israel.

However, he said they wouldn't allow him to speak because he had not given a requisite eight-week notice.

Dershowitz said the only exception to that rule is if a professor or staff member invited him.

But, he said he could not find a faculty member willing to invite him, noting that anti-Israel and far-left speakers are invited by staff regularly.

"I'm arguing that the eight-week rule is a cover for content-based discrimination against moderates, conservatives and any Israel supporters," he said.

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