We're not accustomed to American leaders trying to recruit servicemen and women into lobbying campaigns in support of the White House's priorities.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., says that if Donald Trump Jr. and Paul Manafort won't testify under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee then they should be subpoenaed.
The Atlantic's Julia Ioffe discusses the continued controversy over Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian attorney at the height of the election. Ioffe also discusses a question for Dan Coats.
The president spent much of his weekend tweeting, and one tweet in particular dealt with the president's 'complete power to pardon.' The panel discusses pardoning power and why it was invoked.
The president is to blame for the 'disinclination of quality people' in his administration, according to Andrew McCarthy in the National Review. The panel discusses this notion.
Sean Spicer, who worked as WH press secretary since Donald Trump took office, resigned on Friday. The panel discusses Spicer's brief tenure.
In a new statement released before his meeting with the Senate Intel Committee, Jared Kushner denies trying to set up a secret back channel with Russia. The panel digs into Kushner's statement.