The House is moving closer to drafting the equivalent of formal charges against the president, potentially looking at everything from abuse of power and bribery to obstruction of justice. Former U.S. Attorney in Michigan Barbara McQuade, Politico National Security Correspondent Natasha Bertrand, and Journalist in Residence at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service Elise Labott join Stephanie Ruhle to break down how Democrats plan to move this forward when Republicans remain so unswayed. Aired on 11/22/19.
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