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Expected charges against Trump Org. are far from ‘minuscule’

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Free rent at a Central Park apartment. Free private school tuition in Manhattan. Free car leases. All for several years. The fringe benefits for which the Trump Organization and its CFO Allen Weisselberg are expected to face criminal charges are not "minuscule," as Donald Trump's criminal lawyer argues. Daniel Goldman, Daniel Alonso and David Cay Johnston join Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss.