A day after choosing to side with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the question of Russian interference in the 2016 American election, Donald Trump attempted to salvage his relationship with the intelligence community and his own party. Following an outcry from journalists, Democrats, and some leading Republicans, Trump claimed Tuesday that he misspoke when he said he didn't see why it "would" be Russia that interfered in the American democratic process. He said he really meant "wouldn't."

Whatever the president really believes, it’s clear that his comments didn't rile his usual supporters. So, have we now really reached a tipping point? Jim Braude was joined by former U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan, who is a partner with the Ashcroft Group, and Glenn Carle, a former intelligence officer with the Central Intelligence Agency.