How Biden Should Investigate Trump
In his new piece in the Atlantic, staff writer James Fallows writes: “As he prepares to occupy the White House, President-elect Joe Biden faces a decision rare in American history: what to do about the man who has just left office, whose personal corruption, disdain for the Constitution, and destructive mismanagement of the federal government are without precedent.”
Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Fallows.
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