Brandon Tatum, Spokesperson for the Conservative Tribune, discusses former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his business partner Rick Gates being the first indictments in the probe into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election. We ask Tatum whether he believes Paul Manafort is in fact guilty, with Tatum noting that he does not have an answer for that and will have to wait to receive more information from the investigation. Tatum brings up the "uranium deal" that President Trump released a series of tweets about over the weekend, citing alleged corruption on the part of Hillary Clinton. Tatum adds that he thinks that story is in fact more concerning. But we push Tatum on this - Clinton isn't President. Isn't the president's focus on the uranium deal just a distraction from the Russia investigation? We also dig into President Trump's latest job approval numbers, which currently stand at a low of 38%, down six points since September. Tatum also speaks about the feud President Trump has with Senators Jeff Flake and Bob Corker, with both legislators announcing that they would not run for re-election. Tatum notes that he thinks it is a good thing, because the Republican party is in need of new blood.