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  • Manhattan prosecutors again consider a path toward prosecuting Trump

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  • The end of an era in American politics: Pelosi steps down as leader of House Dems

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  • Senate takes the first step in protecting marriage equality

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Trump makes nice with Rosenstein… for now

09:04

Former U.S. attorney Harry Litman, Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol, Daily Beast’s Betsy Woodruff, Fmr. DOJ Spokesman Matthew Miller and NYT’s Jim Rutenberg on Trump’s latest meeting with his deputy AG Rod Rosenstein weeks after the report indicating Rosenstein suggested recording the President