Today marks the one-year anniversary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s oversight of the Russia investigation. This morning, President Donald Trump celebrated on Twitter by calling the probe a “disgusting, illegal and unwarranted Witch Hunt.” He failed to mention his latest financial disclosure form, which he signed himself, showing a more than $100,000 payment to his personal lawyer Michael Cohen for “third-party” expenses, which was not included in any previous filing. Yesterday, the Office of Government Ethics passed the information on to the Department of Justice, along with a letter saying, “you may find the disclosure relevant to any inquiry you may be pursing.” So what do these revelations mean for year two of Mueller’s Russia probe?

Jim Braude was joined by Lisa Lerer, a national politics reporter for the Associated Press, and attorney Bruce Singal, who worked alongside Mueller in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston.