Neal Katyal: ‘The FBI found the goods’

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Former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal and New York Times Washington Correspondent Mike Schmidt discuss how the Department of Justice’s filing lays out the clearest picture yet of the criminal investigation into the mishandling of government documents by Donald Trump