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  • Paul Rieckhoff: Republican senators are ‘screwing my friends who are dying’

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Moving past the whistleblower, to the possible criminality

09:26

Former chief of staff for the CIA and Defense Department Jeremy Bash, MoveOn’s Karine Jean-Pierre, former RNC chairman Michael Steele, LA Times’ Eli Stokols, MSNBC’s John Heilemann, and former undersecretary of state for public policy Rick Stengel on how the whistleblower story has now moved past the actual whistleblower and onto the potential crimes he or she brought attention to