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    01:57
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    02:03
  • Threats of contempt against Meadows raise questions of executive privilege

    02:24
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    07:16
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Rep. Meadows: No 'serious offers' from Democrats to re-open government

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House Freedom Caucus leader Rep. Mark Meadows has a hard-line stance on immigration, but he says that his opinion has not swayed the president to reject bipartisan immigration deals in order to keep the government open. Instead, he blames the senate for a lack of “serious offers” on how to address immigration that the president and the House of Representatives could accept.