When President Obama needed to appoint an envoy to the Middle East, he turned to former senator George Mitchell. Why? Because Mitchell has a long track record of facilitating peace among warring parties. One of his most noted successes was in establishing peace accords in Northern Ireland. So who better to tell us what those sitting across the table from Sen. Mitchell can expect than Gerry Adams, the leader of Sinn Fein? He joins us to give his perspective on facing Mitchell and what Mitchell faces in the current conflict in the Middle East.
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