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With Gates flipped, where does Mueller go next?

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Special Counsel Bob Mueller has obtained the cooperation of former Trump aide Rick Gates, who has now plead guilty for lying to investigators. What could Gates tell Mueller, and who might that implicate next? Former federal prosecutor Samuel Buell discusses.