Today on Boston Public Radio:

– Former FBI Agent Peter Strzok weighed in on corruption within the Trump administration and its impact on U.S. national security in a conversation about his new book, “Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump."

– Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell offered her thoughts on Mayor Walsh's police task force, the rocky transition to hybrid learning for Boston Public Schools students, and discussed whether she intends to enter the 2021 Boston mayoral race.

Beat the Press host Emily Rooney reflected on Thursday night’s town hall with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, critiques of the media from writer James Fallows, and read a ranked choice voting-themed list of fixations and fulminations.

– CNN Analyst Juliette Kayyem discussed news that a former homeland security advisor to Vice President Mike Pence is publicly backing Joe Biden for president, and explained why she believes the Trump administration is directly responsible for the bulk of the nearly 200,000 U.S. coronavirus deaths.

Under the Radar Host Callie Crossley talked about a recent assertion from Attorney General Bill Barr that COVID-19 restrictions are akin to slavery, and polls showing a close race between Sen. Lindsay Graham and Democratic challenger Jamie Harrison for South Carolina’s Senate seat.

– Tech writer and Boston Public Radio contributor Andy Ihnatko called in to answer all your remote-learning tech questions.