“At This Point We Can’t Ignore Him” – Maggie Haberman On Covering The Former President

"at this point we can't ignore him" - maggie haberman on covering the former president

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “”At This Point We Can’t Ignore Him” – Maggie Haberman On Covering The Former President” – below is their description.

Journalist Maggie Haberman sits down with Stephen Colbert to discuss the many revelations in her book, “Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America.” Watch as she explains why the press cannot ignore the former president, and stick around for another segment with Maggie Haberman! #Colbert #ConfidenceMan #MaggieHaberman

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