PBS NewsHour

2 perspectives on what the Horowitz report means for the FBI

Clip: 12/11/2019 | 10m 19s

In 434 written pages and more than five hours of live testimony, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz shared his perspective on how the FBI conducted itself in the early stages of its Russia investigation. How serious are his findings, and what happens now for the FBI? Former FBI official Frank Montoya and former federal prosecutor James Trusty join Judy Woodruff to discuss.

Aired: 12/11/19

Rating: NR

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