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    Republicans move to 'expunge' second Trump impeachment

    01:05
  • George Conway weighs in on Jan. 6 public hearings

    13:38
  • Rep. Stacey Plaskett on upcoming 1/6 public hearings: I’m hopeful it will awaken many people

    05:20
  • Audio contradicts McCarthy's denial that he said he would recommend that Trump resign

    05:47
  • Yovanovitch: Trump used Ukraine 'as a pawn' for his own personal reasons

    06:10
  • What do Meadows’ texts reveal about Trump’s intent on Jan. 6?

    10:08
  • Trump used ‘burn bags’ to destroy docs, took records to Mar-a-Lago

    08:56
  • New MSNBC film 'Love & The Constitution' details Rep. Raskin's personal and political struggles

    04:46
  • Schiff on Jan. 6 vote to hold Bannon in contempt

    05:30
  • Schiff shares regrets about Robert Mueller testimony in new book

    09:00
  • Schiff book documents when Republicans gave up and gave in to Trump

    02:31
  • Fiona Hill: 'Democracy is done' if Trump is reelected

    07:59
  • Fiona Hill on American democracy: ‘Everything we have taken for granted is up for question’

    02:24
  • Expected guilty plea from Giuliani associate sends chill through parts of Trumpworld

    02:23
  • Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman: ‘We’re not awake to these threats right now’

    05:58
  • Velshi: The risks of being a whistleblower 

    03:14
  • Alexander Vindman: ‘There has been some slippage’ with our democracy

    11:38
  • Lt. Col. Vindman: Trump used presidency as ‘powerful weapon for disinformation’

    04:39
  • Hayes: How Trump wields ‘power of disinformation’ to stay in office

    10:21
  • 'Here, right matters only if we make it matter': Vindman on lessons from exposing Trump

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Weissmann: GOP playing 'hear no evil, see no evil' because they don't want to find it

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Former Justice Department prosecutor Andrew Weissman, Chuck Rosenberg and Nicolle Walalce discuss the fact that GOP senators seem set to vote to hold the impeachment trial without witnesses or evidence. Chuck Rosenberg refers to the votes as "predictable, yet disappointing."