Democrats demand investigation after Barr intervenes in Roger Stone case
Democrats are calling for the Justice Department's inspector general to look into Attorney General William Barr's decision to intervene in the case involving President Trump's former adviser Roger Stone. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid, senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge, and Politico's Meridith McGraw joined CBSN to explain the fallout.
Delivering her weekly address, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed Trump's proposed budget, criticized his tax cut policy, and spoke out against his tweeting about the DOJ taking over the Roger Stone case. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., claimed Attorney General William Barr "deeply damaged the rule of law" by withdrawing the Department of Justice's recommended sentence for Roger Stone. President Trump continues to speak out against the Justice Department's handling of the case against Roger Stone. At least three jurors in the trial were found to have some inherit political bias against the president and republicans. One America's Eddie McCoven reports. Trump speaks in Las Vegas at ceremony for former prisoners, says what happened to Roger Stone was unbelievable.