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  • Jon Karl: Trump motivated to announce candidacy by fear of indictment

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  • Charlie Sykes: Trump has a ‘big loser label slapped on his forehead’

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  • Kara Swisher: I’ve ‘never seen anything’ like the chaos at Twitter

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  • AZ voting machine problems fuel right-wing election misinformation

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  • Ron Klain on midterms: "Voters want to protect democracy"

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Nicolle Wallace astonished after GOP Senator breaks from Trump 'zombies,' criticizes Iran briefing

02:51

GOP Senator Mike Lee expresses his displeasure with the briefing about the Iran missile attack, calling it the "worst briefing I've seen, at least on a military issue, in the nine years I've served in the United States Senate." Nicolle Wallace, responding to his comments, calls the moment a "huge deal," as "Republicans in the Senate are. by and large, zombies, walking along as Donald Trump obliterates things like truth, the rule of law, and respect for our institutions."