WAPO: Trump ignores security threat from cellphone use to hide calls from
Published December 7, 2019
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    Tonight on The Last Word: Phone records in the impeachment report show routine communications between President Trump and Rudy Giuliani on cellphones vulnerable to monitoring by Russian and other foreign intelligence services. The report details that the President doesn’t want to use secure landlines so he can hide evidence of calls from his own staff. Also, the House impeachment committees officially transmit their impeachment inquiry report to the House Judiciary Committee. Plus, Zerlina Maxwell and Ana Marie Cox join Ali to discuss the powerful women who are playing crucial roles in the Trump impeachment hearings. The House passes the Voting Rights Advancement Act to protect voters against racial discrimination with the support of only Republican. And the most totalitarian comment from the Trump administration all week came from Attorney General William Barr. Greg Miller, Rick Stengel, Glenn Kirschner, and Rep. Joe Neguse also join Ali Velshi.
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