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Rep. Ted Lieu: We are at the Beginning of a New Era in Congressional Foreign Affairs Oversight

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Congressman Ted Lieu of California, is one of the smartest, hardest working members of the U.S. Congress. A member of the Democratic Leadership, Lieu, brings an undergraduate degree in computer science from Stanford, a magna cum laude law degree from Georgetown where he edited the law review, a background as an Air Force J.A.G. officer, an on-going role as colonel in the Air Force reserve and extensive legislative experience in California to his current work on the House Judiciary and Foreign Affairs committees.  He has been an outspoken critic of President Trump and his enablers in the U.S. Congress and is leading the new Democratic majority’s efforts to uncover the truth about Trump’s ties to the Russians, the Chinese, the Saudis and others who may have responded to the “For Sale” sign the president put up on the front lawn at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.  He breaks news about the new oversight agenda of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and where he sees the multiple investigations into Team Trump heading.  He also outlines the positive agenda the Democrats in the House are advancing and the leadership strengths of both Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Kamala Harris, whose presidential candidacy he recently endorsed.  Don’t miss this conversation with one of the rising stars of the U.S. Congress and the Democratic Party.

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