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    What you missed on Day 5 of Trump's hush money trial

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  • Lisa Rubin: Expect to see an opinion from judge that fines Trump on gag order violation

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  • John Heilemann joins Puck as chief political columnist

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  • Trump calls on his supporters to protest in NYC, but he's not getting the circus he wants

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  • Trump calls on his supporters to protest in NYC, but he's not getting the circus he wants

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  • Biden to hit Trump as a threat to reproductive rights in Florida

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  • Trump calls on his supporters to protest in NYC, but he's not getting the circus he wants

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  • Speaker Johnson continues facing backlash over Ukraine aid

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  • Author thinks new book on George H.W. Bush should be 'mandatory' for all working in D.C.

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  • 'Jam-packed day' as opening statements begin in Trump hush money trial

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Greg Bluestein: Trump's statement that he was exonerated in election probe is a flat-out lie

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Portions of the Fulton County, Georgia, special grand jury's report on whether then-President Donald Trump and his allies tried to interfere in the 2020 election results unlawfully were released on Thursday. "A majority of the grand jury believes that perjury may have been committed by one or more witnesses testifying before it," said a section of the report. "The grand jury recommends that the District Attorney seek appropriate indictments for such crimes where the evidence is compelling." Former U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg and Atlanta Journal-Constitution Political Reporter Greg Bluestein join the conversation.