The last time Donald Trump had a full-fledged news conference, he urged Russia to find and reveal more of Hillary Clinton's emails. That was in July. Now he's in an unprecedented public battle with all 17 US intelligence agencies, accusing them of "a political witch hunt." He denies Vladimir Putin helped him defeat Clinton -- alarming Republicans as well as Democrats about future Russian relations. How serious is Putin's meddling in US politics? Will Trump's own financial ties to America's powerful antagonist be a risk to national security?
Will Donald Trump make peace with US intelligence?
- Tim Weiner - journalist and author - @TimWeinerAuthor
- Paul Pillar - Georgetown University / Brookings Institution - @GeorgetownCSS
- John Schindler - New York Observer - @20committee
- Carrie Cordero - senior fellow and general counsel at the Center for a New American Security, member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council, - @carriecordero