Daniel Benjamin: Trump’s ability to conduct foreign policy questionable

Daniel Benjamin, former coordinator for counterterrorism at the State Department and scholar at Dartmouth College

When Donald Trump, as president-elect, went after the intelligence community on its reports of alleged Russian election hacking, one could say it surprised the establishment.  Daniel Benjamin, a former State Department employee and scholar at Dartmouth College, argues on Federal Drive with Tom Temin that it may have sabotaged the Trump Administration's ability to conduct foreign policy.