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    Fmr. Impeachment Manager Rep. Diana DeGette weighs in on the final weeks of the Jan. 6 committee 

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  • Trump hosts Ye, white supremacist Nick Fuentes

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  • Trump braces: Tax returns going to Congress as Pence mulls DOJ interview

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  • NYT: DOJ seeking to question Pence as witness in Jan. 6 investigation

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  • Phil Rucker: Supreme Court’s decision on Trump’s tax returns was ‘an assessment of the law’

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  • As Trump fades after midterm fizzle, Fat Joe on politics and “MSNBC bromance”

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  • Joe: Trump thought SCOTUS justices would be like Judge Cannon

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  • Trump dealt blow in tax records case

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  • Lawrence: Trump’s big loss in the Supreme Court today was just the beginning

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  • Two red counties in Arizona refuse to certify elections. That could backfire.

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  • Trump tax bombshell: Tax returns going to Congress

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  • 1/6 Cmte. has already written 8 chapters of final report says Hugo Lowell

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  • Allen Weisselberg continues to shield Trump during Trump Org. trial

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  • Supreme Court allows release of Trump’s tax records to House Democrats

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  • 'The future,' 'rising,' 'fighter': GOP voters praise DeSantis in focus group

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  • MAGA allies freak out as new prosecutor eyes Trump crimes

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  • Why Trump's third party threat looms over 2024

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Joe: GOP must start calling Trump out

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Donald Trump is finding himself increasingly alone in defending his attacks on the Trump University judge, especially among Republicans. Joe Scarborough warns that the GOP is risking the House and Senate and will lose its standing as a national party if it lets the presumptive nominee continue with racially-charged statements.