Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler points out the pickle Flynn is in: He either lied to the FBI or he lied to the judge. And there is also the likely possibility he lied to both of the
Joy Reid and her panel take apart the latest talking point to come out of Trump-land from Gordon Sondland, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but not a "corrupt one."
MSNBC contributors David Corn and Cynthia Alskne take apart the latest desperate talking point coming out of Trump-land, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but it wasn't a "corrupt one."
Mother Jones' David Corn takes apart the lying hack from The Washington Examiner, Siraj Hashmi, for repeating the right wing lie about the origins of the Russia investigation.
Joy Reid's panel, Jill Wine-Banks, Paul Butler and Midwin Charles discuss the fact that Democrats need to quit giving the White House more time on Trump's taxes and start holding people like Steve Mnuchin in contempt.
Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler explains why the Trump family shouldn't be doing any victory laps just yet due to the lack of indictments from Robert Mueller.
MSNBC's Joy Reid discusses whether Trump's family and Trump himself are out of the woods yet just because Mueller didn't bring any indictments against them.
"So here's a big clue. Roger Stone has not been subpoenaed by the Mueller grand jury, which means that he's a target likely to be prosecuted," Paul Butler said.
David Corn explains why Trump is nowhere near cleared on charges of collusion.
"If he's in plea negotiations, it means he has something to offer Robert Mueller and his team," said former prosecutor Maya Wiley.
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