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    What to look for as Trump's historic hush money trial begins

    09:20
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin: We're moving backward in time and not forward

    07:30
  • First look at pictures of Trump inside courtroom at hush money trial

    02:14
  • 'An assault on our country': Trump speaks ahead of historic criminal trial

    01:02
  • Vaughn Hillyard: We're looking at potentially weeks for jury selection

    08:04
  • Trump complains about gag order on social media ahead of trial start

    01:52
  • 'Crass, dangerous, and ineffective': Chuck Rosenberg on Trump's targeting judge

    05:09
  • 'New Cold Wars' looks at the revival of superpower conflict

    06:10
  • GOP governor tries to defend his flip-flop on Trump and insurrection

    05:15
  • John Kirby: What Iran did was truly unprecedented

    05:54
  • Israel will retain our right to defend ourself after Iran's attack, says gov't. spokesperson

    04:54
  • Mara Gay: If you support a woman's right to choose, you won't listen to GOP flip-flopping

    09:38
  • Sara Bareilles on why 'Girls5eva' is 'the most fun to make'

    11:07
  • Biden exploring if he can shut down border unilaterally: report

    04:21
  • Fareed Zakaria: U.S. aid to Ukraine is a matter of life and death

    12:12
  • Kari Lake was against abortion in 2022, but after Arizona ban her tone sounds different

    02:02
  • 'America was transfixed by this case': How the O.J. trial changed TV news

    10:40
  • Joe calls out those 'knowingly voting for a fascist, voting for a racist'

    03:49
  • Michael Cohen will be witness at hush money trial, advisor confirms

    10:31
  • Mika Brzezinski honored at National Action Network convention

    03:24

'Presidents have declassification authority, but not in this way'

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The special master appointed to review documents federal agents seized at former President Donald Trump's Florida estate appeared doubtful Tuesday about Trump's contention that he had declassified the various top secret and other highly sensitive documents found there. Josh Gerstein and Chuck Rosenberg discuss.