September 12, 2020

September 13, 2020

This week on Matter of Fact, should you pay to defend the president in court? Law Professor Stephen Saltzburg tells Soledad O’Brien government lawyers have no business getting involved in the president’s personal legal battles. Plus, how did Washington, D.C. become the U.S. capital? As Special Contributor Joie Chen shows us, it’s a story about slavery and the people who cast the monuments to a freedom they did not share. Plus, what does it mean to be an American?