Meet the federal prosecutor who scares Trump more than Mueller16:18
This week’s indictment of the Russian lawyer who met with Paul Manafort and Trump’s family members marks the first time that two people from the 2016 Trump Tower meeting, one on the Trump side and one on the Russia side, have been indicted by Federal Prosecutors. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent, Ari Melber, lays out how the office that issued the latest indictment, the Southern District of New York, has a uniquely aggressive history and why it could be problematic for Trump. Melber also reports on why it looks like Trump tried to control the office soon after his election and appears to have failed. Former U.S. Attorney who headed the SDNY, David Kelley, joins Melber exclusively for a wide-ranging interview and dishes on what he believes the connections between the Office and the Mueller probe may be.
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