Listen: Buttigieg weighs in on foreign election interference
"In the wake of President Trump's comments to ABC news, that he would be open to foreign offers a political dirt on his twenty twenty rivals before maybe contacting the FBI Democrats on Capitol Hill used the controversial remarks to renew their push for legislation targeting foreign assistance in American campaigns. A push that's already run up against some Republican opposition is foreign interference criminal or apple research, ABC's Devon Dwyer spoke to an expert spring, an independent election watchdog in a lawyer Sheila krumholz as executive director of the center for response in politics. She tracks this stuff, along with money in politics. She will, thank you so much for joining us wanted you to sort of just simply lay out for everybody. Where is the line here? What does the law say about what is or is not permissible when it comes to having these sorts of conversations? In fact, the line is very clear. Very bright and very read. It is not permissible for according to federal election law for any foreign national our government to provide anything of value to any for any US election at any level federal, state, or local. So this is really quite clear, and I think that is why we saw President Trump. Try to walk it back"