Jack Hunter, editor of Rare Politics, discusses Bannon's 10-hour testimony before the House Intel Committee yesterday where he cited executive privilege to avoid answering questions about his time in the West Wing. Hunter also digs into the government shutdown that will take place at the end of the week if the House and Senate are not able to agree on a plan to extend government funding.
Hunter speaks about what state of mind Bannon might be in now that he and the White House have had a falling out. There is no way to know what Bannon might have to lose heading into his meeting with Mueller.
Hunter talks the looming government shutdown and what Democrats and Republicans could lose if a spending bill is not agreed upon. We talk DACA and what it would mean for the country if 800,000 Dreamers lose their protection.