It has been memo madness on Capitol Hill since the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee authorized the release of one written by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), which claims the FBI abused its authority when it used that infamous dossier as part of its case to extend surveillance on former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page. When President Donald Trump signed off on the memo’s release, he claimed victory, tweeting, “this memo totally vindicates ‘Trump’ in probe.” But Democrats disagreed —and drafted a 10-page memo of their own, which they say rebutts flaws in the original memo. Renée Landers, a law professor and constitutional law expert at Suffolk University, and the former federal prosecutor who tried the James “Whitey” Bulger case, Brian Kelly, joined Jim Braude to discuss.