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Talking Feds
Talking Feds is a roundtable discussion that brings together some of the most well-known former prosecutors in the country for a dynamic and entertaining analysis of the most pressing questions in today's high-profile criminal cases, including the Mueller probe and related investigations.
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5.0 stars from 587 ratings
Game of trump
Outstanding podcast today, game of trump. I learn so much listening to Talking feds podcast. I recommend this podcast to everyone.
pwestes via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/19
Another great episode
I'm so grateful you are doing this. Loved the participants in today's podcast. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Sophie Majeski via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/19
Talking feds
I learn a lot from this podcast. Especially the last episode on counter intelligence. Really enjoy listening to Frank Figluzzi on many msnbc shows. I also like listening to you ,Harry Litman on this podcast and msnbc shows. Thanks for the insight from a legal or FBI view.
DebCarson via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/19
Recent Episodes
The Feds discuss the implications of the revelation that some member(s) of Congress helped dangle a pardon to Michael Flynn, and the importance of the district court’s muscular intervention in ordering that the information be made public. They then consider Trump's deranged tweet about treason...
Published 05/20/19
Of all the many aspects of the various Trump dramas, the counter-intelligence investigation of the President and his campaign can be the hardest to understand and follow, not least because it remains highly classified and we have no way to chart its progress with certainty.  But we can bring a...
Published 05/14/19
A Talking Feds NOW special episode.  The Feds convene in emergency session to dissect the Attorney General’s remarkable testimony today before the Senate Judiciary Committee and to analyze the import of Barr’s apparent decision to act as an advocate for the President’s personal interests. 
Published 05/02/19
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