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Special Premiere Episode: After Working for Comey and Mueller, He Realized He Couldn’t Work for Trump

Washington For Beautiful People

When Josh Campbell joined the FBI, he was told one thing: FBI doesn’t lie.  Josh worked for Comey, he worked for Mueller and learned that integrity is the backbone of the Bureau. So when faced with a President who couldn’t find “truth” with a map, Waze and the resurrected ghosts of Rand & McNally, he decided to leave the career he loved and joined CNN.  On the premiere episode of “Washington for Beautiful People”, the L.A.-based CNN Commentator shares insights into his work with Mueller and Comey, why he wrote his now famous NYT Oped, where he thinks the investigations are going and most importantly we talk about his ridiculously adorable corgi.


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