Robert Mueller's long-awaited congressional testimony satisfied few, and the partisanship was as bad as ever. We discuss what, if anything, changes politically. Plus, a look at the Democratic Party's effort to unseat Sen. Mitch McConnell in 2020, and New York Times journalist Carl Hulse discusses his new book on how McConnell and his Senate majority have taken complete control over the judiciary confirmation process.
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