May 13, 2017

May 20, 2017

This weekend on Matter of Fact, Soledad O’Brien visits DNC headquarter to ask Chair Tom Perez whether the resistance will backfire on Democrats and his thoughts on FBI Director James Comey’s firing. Then, she then speaks with Peter Zeidenberg, a 17-year veteran of the Department of Justice, for his take on what is the next step in the Russia probe. We also meet up with Ronnie Cho, a candidate for New York City’s city council who says he won’t count out millennials, and we hear from freelance journalist Jennifer Davis, who tells in her own words how healthcare policy will deeply affect her family.

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