The Associated Press says there is a sense of “cautious optimism” in the White House that the worst is over when it comes to the Mueller report. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down if that shift in thinking is warranted. Weighing in: LA Times White House Correspondent Eli Stokols, former Federal Prosecutor Doug Burns, former Federal Prosecutor for the SDNY Berit Berger, Washington Examiner Senior Political Correspondent David Drucker and Presidential Historian Jon Meacham.
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Is WH’s 'Cautious Optimism' On The Mueller Report Warranted? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC