Panetta on how White House can reassure Americans in ‘vulnerable moment’

How does President Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis affect the executive branch — and American national security? Leon Panetta was White House chief of staff to President Clinton as well as CIA director and secretary of defense during the Obama administration. He joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the risks and how the federal government can help reassure the public at this "very vulnerable moment."

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