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July 22, 201704:12
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    Trump hijacks weak-willed House GOP, putting majority at risk

    09:52
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    08:45
  • Big Lie 2.0: Johnson joins Trump to concoct new false narrative for 2024

    05:58
  • ‘This happened because of Trump’: AZ Dem who shared abortion story blasts GOP over ban

    06:11
  • ‘Chicken shack’ Trump: Former president panders to Black voters with chicken, Joy says

    07:02
  • 'Madcap': Trump's mandatory attendance for hush money trial promises courthouse 'spectacle'

    11:23
  • 'Gentleman's Big Lie': Hayes rips MAGA attempt to sanitize stolen election lies

    08:08
  • Trump trial begins with a bang: See the DA’s damning case to bust Trump for jailable felony

    22:00
  • Sen. Joe Manchin: ‘I cannot for the love of my country endorse Donald Trump’

    10:05
  • 'No question' Judge Cannon is 'favorably inclined towards Trump's views': fmr. federal prosecutor

    06:09
  • Trump and Johnson press conference makes ‘no sense’: Officer who defended Capitol during Jan. 6

    06:12
  • ‘Any other defendant’ would’ve been ‘already put in jail’

    06:28
  • Why could Trump be convicted in NY? Lies and tabloid schemes, says insider

    07:31
  • 'Tread carefully': Speaker Johnson and Trump to make joint appearance at Mar-a-Lago

    04:49
  • 'Whole science' behind jury selection: Trump's hush money trial to begin Monday

    08:38
  • 'Hypocrisy is so rich': Growing outrage over GOP's handling of Arizona's abortion ban

    09:31
  • 'Strong supporting cast': A look at potential witnesses 3 days ahead of Trump's hush money case

    12:11
  • Michael Cohen will be witness at hush money trial, advisor confirms

    10:31
  • 'They know they are losing': Democrats call GOP's bluff on repeal of Civil War-era abortion law

    08:02
  • 'Trump's gatekeeper': Why Madeleine Westerhout could be key in Trump's criminal prosecution

    07:06

Can Trump pardon himself?

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Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman, who served on the House Judiciary Committee when it recommended three articles of impeachment against then-President Richard Nixon, weighs in.