Presidential hopeful and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld joins co-hosts Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman to discuss why he's throwing his hat into the ring for 2020, how he really feels about our current president, why he's running as a Republican this time around and where he'd like to take the party moving forward. They also talk about the extraordinary situation in 1988, when Weld, alongside some of his former colleagues at the DOJ, quit because of their mounting concern about the legal problems and leadership of Attorney General Edwin Meese.
The husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway describes his role in the Bill Clinton-Paula Jones case, and reveals himself as the source who tipped off Michael Isikoff to the bombshell news that Ken Starr was investigating Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden has some surprising advice for one-time colleagues who ask whether they should take a job working for President Trump: Don’t do it.
The top Democrat on Senate Intelligence Committee says the panel has no timetable for wrapping up its ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and the Trump campaign’s contacts with the Kremlin.
"The department was thrown together during George W. Bush's administration, forged in fear in the aftermath of 9/11."
"The Department of Homeland Security has kept us safe."
"The abysmal track record of DHS's various divisions suggest that the department should be broken up altogether."
"The department will always be the hastily assembled product of a dark, paranoid moment in American history."
"Why stop there? I’m guessing AOC doesn’t like the Department of Defense, either."