Attorney General Jeff Sessions did not hold back during his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, empathically denying that he met with or had conversations with any Russian or any foreign officials with respect to interference in the U.S. presidential election. Throughout the hearing, Sessions refused to discuss any private conversations he had with the president, which did not go over well with many Senators.

Nancy Gertner, a former federal judge at the U.S. District Court in Boston, who now teaches at Harvard Law School, and civil liberties attorney Harvey Silverglate joined Jim Braude to discuss developments from Sessions testimony.