After vowing to “totally destroy” North Korea if it doesn’t roll back it military aggressions, President Donald Trump announced new diplomatic sanctions Thursday alongside the leaders of South Korea and Japan.
It was a big departure from the rhetoric of Tuesday, but while things may be looking a bit better on the world stage, life back home in the White House is not looking too good. The steady drip of leaks involving the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller has now turned into a fast-flowing river. This week, we learned that the FBI allegedly wiretapped former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and Mueller is reportedly putting the president under the microscope.
Jennifer Braceras, attorney, conservative commentator and former editor of New Boston Post; Ben Clements, a former federal prosecutor who served as chief counsel for Governor Deval Patrick; and Lylah Alphonse, managing editor at U.S. News and World Report joined Jim Braude to discuss the latest developments in the investigation.