Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade digs into the week's explosive testimony at the January 6th committee hearing -- and whether it pushes the Department of Justice closer to an indictment of Donald Trump.
New York prosecutors announced the first charges of their grand jury investigation into the Trump Organization Thursday. They allege that President Trump’s business and its chief financial officer committed grand larceny and tax fraud.
David Fahrenthold is a reporter with the Washington post. In 2017 he won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the former president’s overblown claims regarding his charitable donations.
Fahrenthold has been covering the Trump family and its business interests ever since. He joins Diane to talk about what to make of these charges, and what they could mean for Donald Trump, himself.
- David Fahrenthold Reporter covering the Trump family and its business interests, The Washington Post
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