The Trump campaign’s efforts to collude with the Russian government against Hillary Clinton have now been established. Donald Trump’s son, Don Jr., produced emails on Tuesday that corroborate a meeting where he and the campaign’s top leadership sought compromising information about Clinton, sourced to the Russian government.
Trump and his allies have been caught in a full year’s worth of lies. Republican congressional leaders have been caught covering up a conspiracy. The question now is what anti-Trump forces can do to make accountability more likely.
Greg Sargent, author of the Washington Post’s The Plum Line blog joined us by phone to discuss these issues and more.
- Greg Sargent breaks the widening collusion scandal down to five key points.
- Brian Beutler argues that the onus is now on collusion doubters to prove a conspiracy did not happen.