President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, John Kelly, will resign his post at the end of the year, ending months of speculation. The news came on the heels of new details revealed in court filings about actions taken by Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, and former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, during the 2016 campaign. Trump brushed off the news and claimed vindication, but others think that Trump’s legal troubles just got a whole lot darker.
Democrat Jesse Mermell, former communication director for Gov. Deval Patrick, and former Republican State Treasurer Joe Malone joined Jim Braude to discuss.