It wasn't the warmest of welcomes in Boston today for Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, who was in town to speak at a Forbes event. Flake did not shy away from the issue of the day, telling protesters that he wanted to ensure the FBI does “a real investigation” of accused Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh. However, there have been questions about just how deep that investigation will actually be, with reports that the White House was working throughout the weekend to try to limit who the FBI can talk to, and President Trump saying Monday that while he's open to a “comprehensive” investigation and wants it to go “quickly.” What, exactly, does a quick, comprehensive investigation look like?

Jim Braude was joined by Patrick Moore, a former advisor for presidential personnel under Barack Obama who helped vet Merrick Garland and George Price; a former federal law enforcement investigator, now an attorney with Casner and Edwards.