As a lame duck and former president, Donald Trump poses a new, serious threat to our national security. Joy Reid, former CIA Director John Brennan and Rep. Chrissy Houlahan discuss.
"It's important for our members of Congress to understand fully exactly what foreign nations and intelligence services are doing to interfere in our election," he said.
"Donald Trump has been very dismissive and even disparaging of the intelligence profession. It's one thing for him to ignore it. It is another thing for him to actively try to prevent congress from gaining access..."
But former prosecutor Doug Burns called that "an aggressive prediction."
Speaking from experience and deep knowledge, Brennan believes the Mueller report is dropping soon, along with the final, and most explosive indictments.
Stone was arrested this morning in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
National Security Adviser John Bolton on ABC's This Week: "A number of people have commented that [John Brennan] couldn’t be in the position he’s in, of criticizing President Trump and his so-called collusion with Russia, unless he did use classified information."
National Security Adviser John Bolton suggested on Sunday that there may be a classified smoking gun that proves collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians.
Rachel Maddow told John Brennan she has disagreed with him "on a number of serious policies," but she has "profound respect" for his service.
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