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  • Whistleblower: I regret my role at Cambridge 

    Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie says he feels regret over his work at the company.

  • Whistleblower: We tested Trump slogans in 2014 

    Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie says the company tested Trump slogans such as "drain the swamp" and "deep state" as early as 2014, before Trump announced a presidential run.

  • Whistleblower: It's my duty to tell people 

    CNN's Don Lemon sits down with Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie.

  • Ben Shapiro talks media bias and gun control 

    Ben Shapiro, editor in chief of The Daily Wire, tells Brian Stelter why conservatives feel coverage of guns is tilted against them. Shapiro and Stelter also discuss the purpose of media criticism more generally.

  • Charlottesville witness suing Alex Jones 

    Brennan Gilmore, joined by his lawyer Andrew Mendrala, tells Brian Stelter why he is suing Infowars and Alex Jones for peddling a conspiracy theory about him.

  • The TV to White House pipeline 

    With President Trump treating TV appearances as audition tapes, Alicia Menendez and Jeff Greenfield join Brian Stelter to analyze how hiring from networks like Fox News benefits Trump.

  • Is Stormy Daniels more media savvy than Trump? 

    Is adult film star Stormy Daniels beating the president at his own media game? Jeff Greenfield and Alicia Menendez discuss how Daniels has kept her case in the news spotlight ahead of her "60 Minutes" interview on March 25.

  • Bernstein's advice to press: 'Stay reportorial' 

    Carl Bernstein urges reporters to separate facts from speculation while covering Trump. "The reportorial fact is this president lies," he says. "Why do we have any reason to believe that he is not lying about the Russia investigation and what's underneath it?"

  • Trump takes on Mueller in tweetstorm 

    Jeff Greenfield and Alicia Menendez discuss the divergent narratives about the Trump administration and Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation. Greenfield says "it's Groundhog Day."