It’s been one year since special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate whether the Trump campaign worked with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election. Igor and Michele talk to Chris Hayes, MSNBC host of “All In with Chris Hayes” and author of The New York Times’ best-seller A Colony in a Nation, to get his take on the Mueller probe and why he thinks a Republican-led Congress won’t impeach the president regardless of what the investigation reveals. Hayes also discusses how it took getting caught with marijuana at the Republican National Convention to understand the widespread problems within the criminal justice system. But first, Igor and Michele talk to Diana Pilipenko, associate director of anti-corruption and illicit finance at the Center for American Progress, to break down the biggest developments within the Mueller investigation in the last year.
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Igor Volsky is a vice president at the Center for American Progress. Michele Jawando is a vice president at the Center. Sally Tucker is the radio coordinator for Communications at the Center. Rachel Rosen is the senior director of Broadcast Communications at the Center. Diana Pilipenko is the associate director of anti-corruption and illicit finance at the Center.
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Michele L. Jawando
Senior Director, Broadcast Communications
Associate Director, Anti-Corruption and Illicit Finance