Trump lawyers’ disingenuous plea for help from Congress met with scorn

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Rep. Jim Himes, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, talks with Alex Wagner about the bizarre request by Donald Trump’s lawyers that Congress somehow get Trump out of the trouble he’s in for failing to handle classified material responsibly, and why the documents seized from Trump are so sensitive to U.S. national security. 

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