Former FBI assistant director for counterintelligence Frank Figliuzzi reacts to former President Trump openly embracing and amplifying QAnon

KATIE PHANG
Frank Figliuzzi ‘not convinced’ all docs have been returned by Trump

The FBI search of Mar-a-Lago resulted in hundreds of government documents being returned to DOJ, but it may not have been everything. Former FBI assistant director Frank Figliuzzi joins Katie Phang to discuss why he’s not convinced everything was recovered.

Fmr. Acting Asst. Attorney General for National Security at the U.S. Department of Justice Mary McCord and Former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi discuss with Nicolle Wallace the latest on ruling by a judge in the former president’s request for a special master

Summary: Former President Donald Trump spent the day Sunday bragging on social media about his strong support among the GOP base. MSNBC Contributors Frank Figliuzzi and Eugene Daniels joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss how Trump is weaponizing the FBI search at his Florida home for political gain.

Washington Post reporter Jackie Alemany, former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence Frank Figliuzzi and former CIA Director John Brennan discuss news that Giuliani was named as a target in the investigation by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Chuck Rosenberg, Joyce Vance, and Frank Figliuzzi join Andrea Mitchell with the legal angle on the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago, breaking down how and why a federal search warrant could have been obtained and its possible implications. “With a warrant like this for a search target like Mr. Trump, I’m convinced that this would be an exhaustive recitation of facts, everything the government has. And not only would it be exhaustive, it would have been flyspeck, unlike perhaps any other affidavit in recent memory at the Department of Justice,” says Rosenberg. “This is quite literally unprecedented.”

Frank Figliuzzi, National Security Analyst and Former Assistant Director for the FBI, joins Yasmin Vossoughian to discuss the backlash facing the Secret Service over deleted text messages on January 6, as well as the significance of the criminal investigation into the erased messages.

Former White House strategist Steve Bannon has said he’s “willing” to testify before the House Jan. 6 committee. MSNBC Legal Analyst Barbara McQuade and MSNBC National Security Contributor Frank Figliuzzi joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss how Bannon’s announcement fits into the next phase of the committee’s work.