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CNN’s Jake Tapper and journalist Bob Woodward discuss US General Mark Milley’s defense of his behavior during the last days of the Trump administration, including a phone conversation with his Chinese counterpart, as he and other senior military officials appeared before lawmakers for a hearing about the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The violent and chaotic scenes in Washington this January, when the Capitol was stormed by Trump supporters seeking to overthrow the Presidential election results, shocked America.
But according to a new book by veteran journalist Bob Woodward and his co-author Robert Costa, one of America’s most senior military figures believed there was an even greater danger on the international stage.
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Bob Woodward joins MSNBC’s Brian Williams and discusses how he and his fellow Washington Post journalist Robert Costa ended up writing their book on Trump’s final days in office, ‘Peril.’
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Ramona Shelburne, Bob Ryan, Tim Cowlishaw and Kevin Blackistone discuss on Around The Horn the Bears’ QB situation and other teams with injured quarterbacks.
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Bob Odenkirk is back at work on “Better Call Saul.” The Emmy-winning actor tweeted a picture of himself getting his makeup done Wednesday morning, writing, “Back to work on ‘Better Call Saul!” So happy to be here and living this specific life surrounded by such good people.”
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