Attorney General Jeff Sessions went before Congress today for his fourth round of testimony so far this year. Speaking before the House Judiciary Committee, he again said he did not have improper conversations with Russians and has no knowledge that any Trump campaign official colluded with the Kremlin.
When asked whether he would appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the Clintons and their potential Russia ties, Sessions said there is “not enough basis” to do so.
Retired Federal Judge Nancy Gertner, now a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School, and Mark Strand, president of the Congressional Institute and a current fellow at Harvard’s Institute of Politics, joined Jim Braude to discuss that and Donald Trump Jr.’s campaign correspondence with WikiLeaks.