Most of official Washington believes that Russia was behind the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails. But some supporters of President Trump have been pushing an alternate theory: that Seth Rich, a DNC employee, stole the emails and gave them to WikiLeaks -- and for doing so became the victim of an unsolved murder. Chip Reid reports.
Sources say the FBI obtained the potentially game-changing document in the spring of 2016. It cited a purported email saying that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch assured Hillary Clinton's campaign that she wouldn't let the investigation into her private email server get too far. Julianna Goldman reports.