Does the Scooter Libby pardon have implications for the Russia probe?

President Trump on Friday pardoned Scooter Libby, a top aide to former Vice President Dick Cheney, 11 years after his conviction for lying to investigators and obstructing justice. Trump didn’t know Libby, so why do it now? To discuss the possible implications for the Russia investigation, John Yang talks with Richard Ben-Veniste, the former chief lawyer in the Watergate Task Force.


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