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  • Trump tries a familiar defense with NY AG lawsuit: Throwing other people under the bus

    10:13
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    10:17
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    11:55
  • Charlie Sykes: DeSantis and Abbott are using ‘theater of cruelty’

    06:31
  • Brandon Van Grack: ‘DOJ has no option but to appeal’

    11:29
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  • Former Trump DHS official says Trump wanted to 'bus and dump' migrants into Democratic cities

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  • Neal Katyal: Obstruction case against Trump is ‘very strong’

    11:59
  • Biden announces new government actions targeting hate-fueled violence

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Jan. 6 Committee: Deleted Secret Service texts may have violate Federal Records Act

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Host of MSNBC’s “Way too Early” Jonathan Lemire, national correspondent for Politico Betsy Woodruff Swan, and former Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes react to the January 6th committee’s response to the Secret Service saying the agency may have violated the Federal Records Act