The Mueller report is in and immediately controversy broke out about the report's findings. While Mueller said there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, on the question of obstruction of justice, he left the door open for interpretation. That move is being seen as Mueller punting that call to the Department of Justice or even to Congress. But Barr, Trump's new Attorney General who had been critical of the Mueller investigation -- including saying that a sitting president cannot be prosecuted -- led his own interpretation to the Mueller report. Barr concluded that there was no obstruction. Democrats are saying "not so fast" and are demanding to see the report. Meanwhile, in the Senate, Republicans have voted down releasing the Mueller report to the public. Our guest is author and law professor Marjorie Cohn.
And, an arsonist set a mosque on fire in Escondido, California, leaving behind graffiti that referenced the mosque terrorist attack in New Zealand that left 50 people dead. The arson attack in California is being investigated as a hate crime. Our guest is Marwa Rifahie, the Civil Rights Managing Attorney with the CAIR-LA Office.
Also, an update on the Yellow Vests movement that has swept France for months now. Despite French President Emmanuel Macron making a move to use military and anti-terrorist forces to reign in protesters, this past weekend, approximately 40,000 protesters took to the streets. And a 73-year-old female protester suffered from a skull fracture. Macron responded to her injury by saying he hopes her injury "will bring her wisdom." Our guest is Benoit Martin, a member of Payday, a network of men working with the Global Women's Strike.