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  • Elizabeth Warren: Republicans are running a con game on the debt ceiling

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  • Unpacking the debt ceiling fight, Biden’s classified documents and more

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  • Discussing the drop in union membership across the Nation

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  • Unpacking the Debt Ceiling Showdown

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  • Digging into the classified documents investigation and more

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  • McCarthy plays hostage game with U.S. economy despite threat from caucus he can't control 

    05:19
  • U.S. hits debt limit, sets stage for political battle

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  • WH: Biden won't negotiate around the full faith and credit of the U.S.

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  • As U.S. hits debt limit, Treasury resorts to 'extraordinary measures' to pay bills

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  • Steve Rattner: Income inequality has begun to narrow

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  • Rep. Khanna slams GOP demanding spending cuts in exchange for raising debt limit ceiling

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Median household income down

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Jared Bernstein, former Chief Economist for Vice President Biden and Senior Fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, joins Alex Witt to explain why the good news this week from the Commerce Department that U.S. corporations reached record profits in the second quarter means little for consumers.