Updates on Egypt, Manchester and the Russia Investigation

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Relatives of killed Coptic Christians grieve by the coffins during the funeral at Abu Garnous Cathedral in the north Minya town of Maghagha, on May 26, 2017. Egypt launched an air strike on a jihadist training camp after masked gunmen attacked a bus of Coptic Christians south of the Egyptian capital, killing at least 28 people. (Photo: Mohamed El-Shahed/AFP/Getty Images)

On Friday, gunmen opened fire on Coptic Christians in Egypt, killing at least 28 people. Egyptian forces retaliated, striking what they say are terrorist training camps. We'll get the latest on the situation in Egypt, as well as updates on investigations into last week's bombing in Manchester, England. We'll also discuss the ongoing inquiry into connections between the White House and Russia, as President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner gets drawn into the fray. Forum examines the top news stories this Tuesday after Memorial Day.


Joe Garofoli, senior political writer, San Francisco Chronicle

James Taylor, professor of political science and director of African American studies, University of San Francisco

Michele Dunne, director and senior fellow at the Middle East Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace



Justin Sink, White House reporter, Bloomberg