Diane talks to David Corn, Washington bureau chief for Mother Jones, about what this week's Supreme Court rulings mean for limits on presidential power and the fate of President Trump's tax returns.
The national conversation about sexual harassment continues to spiral outward from Hollywood, now engulfing Washington. Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota has been accused of groping an kissing a woman without her consent. Meanwhile, more women in Alabama have come forward accusing Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually assaulting or propositioning them as teenagers. Barbara Boxer, the recently retired Senator from California, talks to Diane about harassment in politics.
Then, HBO executive Sheila Nevins on working her way up in the film business, aging gracefully and being the only woman in the room.
- Senator Barbara Boxer Founder of Pac for a Change; former United States Senator from California (1993 - 2017); author of "The Art of Tough: Fearlessly Facing Politics and Life" (2016)
- Jonathan Martin National political correspondent, The New York Times; political analyst, CNN
- Sheila Nevins President, HBO Documentary Films
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