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WATCH: Amy Goodman on MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” Discuss Clinton, Sanders O’Malley, & FIFA

DN! in the NewsMay 31, 2015
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Watch Democracy Now! host and executive producer Amy Goodman’s appearance Saturday on MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” Show, where the conversation covered three Democratic presidential hopefuls as well as the unfolding FIFA scandal. See all of the segments below.

Also, don’t miss Democracy Now’s related coverage of Hillary Clinton and our recent interview with sportswriter Dave Zirin, The Enron of Sports: FIFA’s Upheaval, from Corruption Arrests to Rising Death Toll in Qatar.

Please note: If you have any trouble loading videos of Amy Goodman’s appearance on the Democracy Now! website, you can click the links anove each video to watch them at MSNBC.com.

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