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  • Rep. Turner: ‘Congress would absolutely support’ a Saudi-Israel deal, ‘an incredible accomplishment’

  • Rep. Dingell: ‘I don’t believe’ Biden or the media ‘belongs at the negotiating table’ in UAW talks

  • Rep. Ken Buck: ‘No doubt in my mind’ that a separate Ukraine funding bill will pass the in House

  • Sen. Coons: there must be ‘active engagement’ to ensure Saudi deal is agreeable to Israelis

  • Melinda French Gates: investing in health systems in impoverished places will bring ‘less conflict’

  • General Milley tried to ‘calm the waters’ during Trump admin. ‘The President is a nuclear monarch.’

  • Zelenskyy was ‘brilliant’ at ‘trying to shock the conscience of the world’ at UN Security Council

  • ‘Tension’ between nature of criminal, political investigations on display at Garland’s House hearing

  • John Kirby: Military communication with U.S. and China is ‘the line that we want to get back open’

  • Biden can ‘be president of the world’ at UNGA amid absences ‘if he handles the moment appropriately’

  • Lewis Pugh: Rivers are ‘arteries of our planet,’ we need ‘healthy rivers’ for a ‘healthy planet’

  • Fmr. Rep. Upton: McCarthy ‘will take the blame’ if the Senate passes a budget while House GOP stalls

  • ‘We’ve got to get some aligned incentives’ on transition to EVs during UAW negotiations

  • Local UAW 862 head: ‘A lot of our workers are nervous, anxious, trying to be prepared’ for a strike

  • Iranian president reacts to prisoner exchange with U.S.

  • Sen. Gary Peters: ‘A lot is at stake’ for ‘middle class workers’ across the U.S. with the UAW strike

  • Elizabeth Whelan: ‘Longer an American is held’ by an adversary, ‘the harder it is to get them home’

  • NBC Exclusive: Trump tells Welker will ‘make a play’ for UAW votes despite disdain from leadership

  • Rep. Debbie Dingell: UAW potential strike is ‘crossroads for the industry and its future’


Rep. Crow: ‘Not even worth my brain space’ to respond to Republicans criticizing Biden Ukraine trip


Intelligence Committee member Representative Jason Crow (D-CO) joins Andrea Mitchell to weigh in on President Biden’s trip to Kyiv, as one of the House members who signed a bipartisan letter urging President Biden to send F-16’s to Ukraine. Responding to MAGA Republicans criticizing President Biden for going to Ukraine, rather than going to the southern border or East Palestine, Ohio, Crow says, “It's really not even worth my brain space to spend time responding to fools.” He adds, “These people know nothing about national security and foreign policy. They don't understand that it's in our strategic interests and our security interests and the American people's interests to have a stable, prosperous and free Europe and a free world, and that's what this fight is about. And that it’s not mutually exclusive either.”