The turnover of news stories in Washington these days doesn´t seem to stop and there´s very little time to digest news when every day brings a new investigation, leak or series of early morning tweets by a President who never sleeps. Newsroom LA is a live show taped in Los Angeles that plays on CNN International for the whole world and sometimes on CNN Domestic and I participated in two segments in this show on March 7th, Tuesday night.
The conversation happened on the same day that Republicans unveiled the not-so-unifying replacement for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare and when a trove of (supposedly) CIA-classified information on the technology used to spy on folks using their electronic devices was published by Wikileaks.
So here you have the two segments, which were broadcast live at 9 and 10 p.m. Pacific that night. I participated in a panel of three with political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson and pollster Justin Wallin.
You can watch the first part here: (I had trouble watching on Chrome, but was able to on Explorer)
I had a weird ear piece and had a hard time hearing what they were talking about in the other studio, and I didn´t hear the first question at all but here you go.
Here´s the first part, just in case you have trouble with those links. I just got the downloadable video.