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  • Colorado governor calls LGBTQ nightclub shooting 'horrific, sickening'

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  • DACA advocates pressure Democrats in Congress to pass DACA legislation

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  • Rhode Island representative will invoke the 14th amendment to bar Donald Trump from running for president

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  • Christie urges Republicans to move on from Donald Trump

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  • Trump deflects as Garland names new special counsel

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Anti-Trump Republican group spearheads campaign against pushers of the “Big Lie”

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Bill Kristol, Director of the Republican Accountability Project, joins MSNBC’s host of “American Voices” Alicia Menendez to talk about the group’s brutal new billboard campaign targeting several Congressional Republicans for pushing lies about the election. The ads, which appear in their respective congressional districts, read, “You lied about the election. The Capitol was attacked.” It then urges them to resign.