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Rep. Denny Heck: it’s time to hear from Mueller directly

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The redacted Mueller report gave House Democrats a road map for impeachment, but the party is divided on what to do next. At least one member, Rep. Denny Heck (D-WA) of the House Intelligence Committee, believes that listening to Robert Mueller speak in person is key to any serious impeachment conversation. He joins Alex Witt to discuss.