Congressman Adam Schiff: "We believe we will have made the case overwhelmingly of the President's guilt. He has done what he's charged with... but I want to address one other thing tonight. Okay he's guilty, does he really need to be removed?"
Rep. Adam Schiff, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about the intelligence community, particularly the NSA, withholding evidence pertinent to Donald Trump and Ukraine from the intelligence committees. Aired on 02/5/20. Rep. Adam Schiff talks with Rachel Maddow about the possibility that the House Intelligence or Judiciary Committees will subpoena John Bolton, explaining that Bolton has already rejected an invitation to submit an affidavit under oath. Aired on 02/5/20. The prosecutor in the Harvey Weinstein trial called the disgraced movie mogul a "master of his universe" who believed his victims were merely "ants that he could step on." Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi-Orbon delivered an impassioned closing argument, raising her voice as she called Weinstein an "abusive rapist" and a "predator." Weinstein appeared agitated in court, fidgeting and repeatedly shaking his head as his defense attorney leaned over to comfort him. Prosecutors made closing arguments in the Harvey Weinstein trial on Friday. Attorney Jesse Weber was in court. He joined CBSN to discuss what he observed.