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Mueller prosecutor reveals key to Trump Org criminal probe

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As the criminal probe into the Trump Organization intensifies and the pressure builds against the company’s CFO Allen Weisselberg to flip, former DOJ official Andrew Weissmann joins MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber to discuss what makes people flip and how people can sometimes cooperate with officials while continuing to commit crimes.