Trump congratulates Putin on an election well-rigged, loses his head lawyer, and Congress does nothing to protect Mueller while the corruption scandals keep coming. Then Senator Mark Warner joins Jon and Dan to talk about the Mueller investigation, Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, and his thoughts on the banking bill.
HOLD FOR PUTIN: Today the Senate Intelligence Committee offered bipartisan recommendations on how to better defend the United States against Russian efforts to meddle in our elections, including switching to paper ballots, securing voting databases, and “clearly [communicating] to adversaries that an attack on our election infrastructure is a hostile act.” Seems wise!
Trump begins publicly attacking Robert Mueller, only a few Republicans in Congress speak out, and Trump data firm Cambridge Analytica harvests data from 50 million Facebook profiles. Then Stoneman Douglas High School students David Hogg and Jackie Corinne talk to Tommy and Jon about the upcoming March for Our Lives and their efforts to prevent gun violence.