Matt Miller called into Hallie Jackson's show to discuss the level of alarm former Director Comey was trying to raise by alerting the public to Trump's actions.
Matt Miller argues that the DOJ's IG report completely lacks context when it says Comey was at fault for breaking policy, even though he was ultimately cleared of more serious charges.
Apparently, the Republican Chair of the Judiciary Committee went scurrying to the White House to let them know who were targets in Mueller's investigation.
This was a surprise to learn - most had thought Senator Burr was acting honorably in relation to the Mueller investigation.
The FBI told Trump the bombs were real last night, long before he took to Twitter. Trump's tweets were all an act for the MAGA conspiracy theorists.
Lawrence O'Donnell's panelists were appalled that the administration would even be considering handing over a former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, and weren't shy about saying so.
If true, this is quite a start to 2018
Will Trump be able to dodge the Mueller bullet?
Where is the institutional support for the independence of the Justice Department and the 'no one is above the law' standard of its employees?
Former DOJ official Matt Miller told MSNBC that AG Sessions and the Deputy AG's response to Trump's attacks were pathetic because the people working at Justice need to hear that they have their backs.
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