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    Klobuchar: This Supreme Court case could lead to ‘extreme outcomes’

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  • Clyburn: ‘Foolishness’ of GOP agenda will send them ‘deep in the minority’

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  • Plouffe: House GOP leans into agenda that voters ‘screamed loudly’ against

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  • The stark contrast between Pelosi’s accomplishments and the House GOP agenda

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  • The déjà vu of the Republican reaction to Trump’s 2024 campaign

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  • Trump’s 2024 announcement was so ‘low energy’ even Fox News cut away

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  • Chris Hayes: Voters helped democracy escape 2024 ‘worst-case scenario'

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  • ‘Twisted echo chamber’: Why voters rejected Trump’s extremist candidates 

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  • Biden addresses Poland missile strike after ‘emergency meeting’ with world leaders 

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  • Romney: Trump is like ‘aging pitcher'—and it’s time to 'get off the mound'

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AOC: 'Where's Mitch?'

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez asks "Where's Mitch?," after she and a group of House Democratic freshmen hand-delivered a letter to the office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, demanding a vote to reopen the government