Carnegie’s Andrew Weiss spoke with Warren Olney about Russia’s involvement in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections, as well as President-elect Donald Trump’s recent cabinet nominations. Weiss suggested that the U.S. Congress should lead a deep investigation, beyond oversight powers, to determine Russia’s scope and intentions, which seem to reach beyond the presidential-level election. With regard to cabinet nominations, Weiss mentioned that historically, presidents have been entitled to pick his or her advisors unless there are serious disqualifications.

This segment first appeared on KCRW’s To the Point.