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  • Donald Trump’s Latest Response to Classified Documents Investigation

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  • Discussing Liz Cheney’s Political Motives & Democrats Ahead Of The 2022 Midterms

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  • Can Trump can be indicted in 2022? Yes, history shows

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  • Trump ‘100% committed crimes’: Evidence moves from speech ‘incitement’ to wider MAGA conspiracy

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  • New reporting on weapons among January 6th mob amplifies severity of attack

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  •  Velshi: History May Repeat Itself, But Sure Does Rhyme

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  • What Pat Cipollone got wrong about Donald Trump in 2020

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  • Legal expert outlines ‘multiple reasons Peter Navarro doesn't have executive privilege claim’

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  • Republicans move to 'expunge' second Trump impeachment

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  • George Conway weighs in on Jan. 6 public hearings

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  • Rep. Stacey Plaskett on upcoming 1/6 public hearings: I’m hopeful it will awaken many people

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  • Audio contradicts McCarthy's denial that he said he would recommend that Trump resign

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  • Yovanovitch: Trump used Ukraine 'as a pawn' for his own personal reasons

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Lead prosecutor in Roger Stone case abruptly resigns after DOJ announces plan to reduce sentence

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The lead prosecutor in Roger Stone's criminal case, Aaron Zelinsky, abruptly resigned on Tuesday after the Justice Department said it planned to reduce the recommended sentence for the longtime Trump associate.