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    07:07
  • Joy Reid: Oath Keepers went from anti-government to pro-government with Trump’s election

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  • Rep. Raskin: Leader McCarthy is hiding under his bed refusing to talk Jan. 6

    10:33
  • 'This was a very public plan': Capitol attackers planned in plain sight

    03:51
  • Chris Hayes: Oath Keepers were doing what they thought Trump wanted

    09:30
  • Oath Keeper seditious conspiracy indictment describes a threat beyond January 6th

    08:28
  • Smoking gun? Foreign plot inspired MAGA insurrection, says DOJ

    04:43
  • First sedition charges filed in Capitol attack

    07:26
  • Malcolm Nance: On Jan. 6 you saw the command cell of the Oath Keepers

    08:23
  • 'Big deal': First ‘seditious conspiracy’ charge handed down to Jan. 6 suspect

    09:51
  • Ted Cruz pushes far-right’s favorite Jan. 6 conspiracy theory to prove loyalty

    03:37
  • Trump nightmare? First sedition charge in Jan. 6 probe for overthrowing election

    06:23
  • Meet the first Trump fan indicted for sedition, an anti-Obama zealot

    08:27
  • FBI arrests leader of far-right militia group for role in Jan. 6 attack

    11:38
  • January 6th Committee documents suggest Meadows involvement in fake elector scheme

    06:37
  • Rep. Raskin: McCarthy is ‘hiding’ from the Jan. 6 Cmte.

    08:18
  • Jan. 6th committee targets top House Republican

    07:46
  • Rep. Adam Schiff: Jan. 6 was just one part of broader plan to overturn election

    11:20
  • Rep. Aguilar: Committee wants to ask McCarthy about Trump ‘mindset’ around Jan. 6

    04:53
  • If far-right groups are bankrupted by Jan. 6 lawsuit, ‘so be it,’ says D.C. AG

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Another Trump loss: Court affirms legitimacy of 1/6 investigation; fallout for Bannon?

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Rachel Maddow reads the conclusion of a ruling by a federal appeals court that upholds a previous court's determination that Donald Trump's White House records can be given to the January 6th Committee, and points out that if Steve Bannon and Mark Meadows had planned to question the legitimacy of the committee's investigation as part of their own defense, they'll now need a new strategy.