How the FBI began investigating a Trump campaign adviser
Clip: 05/03/2019 | 5m 1s
President Trump has long claimed U.S. intelligence agencies spied on his 2016 campaign. This week, he considered himself vindicated by a story in The New York Times detailing an FBI effort to covertly gather information from a Trump campaign adviser. Judy Woodruff talks to reporter Adam Goldman about what sparked the investigation and whether it appears to have followed standard processes.
Aired: 05/03/19Video has closed captioning.
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