Persons of Interest

Ben Rhodes, Obama's former National Security Advisor, is now a "person of interest" in the investigation into the inappropriate unmaskings of American citizens made during the transition in January. How important is it that investigators get to the bottom of this crime? Was Debbie Wasserman-Schultz' behavior in the video with Capitol Police consistent with that of a guilty person? If the head of the RNC had an IT person who also worked for 30 Congressmen and was now under arrest, how would media coverage differ? Is Special Counsel Robert Muller's friendship with former FBI Director James Comey a "clear violation of federal law" and "a conflict of interest," as suggested by Republican Congressman Trent Franks? Noah Rothman, Associate Editor for Commentary Magazine, joins Dan and Shaun Thompson to discuss.