How Trump’s Lawyers Will Defend the Indefensible
Donald Trump’s Impeachment defense is no match for the powerful arguments of the prosecution.
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On the Gist, the prosecution in Trump’s Impeachment is firing on all cylinders.
In the Interview, we take a look inside the FBI’s fight against white supremacy and domestic terrorism. Frank Figliuzzi is a 25-year veteran of the FBI. He joins Mike to talk about why the country needs a domestic terrorism law, the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol, and how the FBI is battling the threat from within the United States. Figliuzzi is the author of The FBI Way: Inside the Bureau’s Code of Ethics.
In the spiel, like Gaston and the guys who went after Frankenstein’s monster before him, no matter what his defense says, Trump did incite an angry, pole-bearing mob.
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Podcast production by Margaret Kelley and Cheyna Roth.