Liz and Andrew lead off with the blockbuster Washington Post story that the FBI and DOJ had to be browbeaten into investigating Donald Trump. After that, the duo tackle a bunch of stories surrounding the Trump indictments, including developments in both the Florida and New York cases, Rudy Giuliani being a jerk, and much, much more.
In the Patreon bonus, Andrew and Liz duo answer one of your burning questions: how exactly is the Trump documents case going to go to trial if only a handful of people can see the documents he’s charged with having willfully retained? The answer is the Classified Information Procedures Act, and we start to break it down for you!
FBI resisted opening probe into Trump’s role in Jan. 6 for more than a year
Freeman/Moss Motion to Compel
Giuliani May 30 Motion for Reconsideration
CIPA, 18 U.S.C. Section 96-456
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