Mark Zaid is one of the best known attorneys in Washington, D.C., with a practice focused on national security law, freedom of speech constitutional claims, and government accountability. In 1998 he founded the James Madison Project, an organization dedicated to reducing government secrecy. He represented two of the Whistle Blowers in the Ukrainian case that led to Donald Trump's impeachment. He's represented the Daily Caller, Democrats, Republicans - and even the host of this show. Today he talks about the future of Whistleblowers, the coronavirus, and the future of free speech in the U.S.