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  • Discussing Liz Cheney’s Political Motives & Democrats Ahead Of The 2022 Midterms

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  • Republicans move to 'expunge' second Trump impeachment

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  • George Conway weighs in on Jan. 6 public hearings

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  • Rep. Stacey Plaskett on upcoming 1/6 public hearings: I’m hopeful it will awaken many people

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  • Audio contradicts McCarthy's denial that he said he would recommend that Trump resign

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  • Yovanovitch: Trump used Ukraine 'as a pawn' for his own personal reasons

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  • What do Meadows’ texts reveal about Trump’s intent on Jan. 6?

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  • New MSNBC film 'Love & The Constitution' details Rep. Raskin's personal and political struggles

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What would it take for Republicans to oust Trump?

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Though 226 members of the House of Representatives support an impeachment inquiry, the Senate is where it matters most. And while most Republicans are publicly standing by the president, fmr. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) said in a Slate podcast that “at least 35” GOP senators would vote to convict Trump if it were private. MSNBC Political Analyst and Republican Strategist Susan Del Percio joins Frances Rivera to discuss Flake’s comments and whether a Senate conviction is possible.