Hearing Recaps Impeachment Investigation; Justice IG Finds No Bias In Russia Inquiry In a hearing summarizing the findings of the impeachment inquiry so far, Democrats said they believe the case for removing President Trump from office is clear.

And in a report released Monday afternoon, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz found that the department's Russia investigation was "properly" predicated and conducted without political bias — but there were numerous problems with the surveillance of a junior campaign aide to Donald Trump.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, election security editor Phil Ewing, and National Political correspondent Mara Liasson.
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Hearing Recaps Impeachment Investigation; Justice IG Finds No Bias In Russia Inquiry

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Hearing Recaps Impeachment Investigation; Justice IG Finds No Bias In Russia Inquiry

Hearing Recaps Impeachment Investigation; Justice IG Finds No Bias In Russia Inquiry

Hearing Recaps Impeachment Investigation; Justice IG Finds No Bias In Russia Inquiry

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In a hearing summarizing the findings of the impeachment inquiry so far, Democrats said they believe the case for removing President Trump from office is clear. As in past hearings, Republicans made frequent interruptions to object to the inquiry and raise process concerns.

And in a report released Monday afternoon, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz found that the department's Russia investigation was "properly" predicated and conducted without political bias — but there were numerous problems with the surveillance of a junior campaign aide to Donald Trump.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, election security editor Phil Ewing, and National Political correspondent Mara Liasson.