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    Day 6 of Trump's hush money trial in 60 seconds

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  • ‘Not a good showing’: Trump lawyers face skepticism from judge over gag order

    05:54
  • ‘Be careful’: The challenge for Trump’s lawyer’s

    06:55
  • Senate advances Ukraine, Israel aid package and possible TikTok ban

    03:09
  • Teens use day off from school to attend Trump trial

    05:10
  • Fmr. U.S. Supreme Court Justice on presidential immunity

    03:52
  • Trump clashing with his lawyer? What Joy Reid saw inside Trump's criminal trial

    03:32
  • 'Mad credibility issues': David Pecker questioned about Michael Cohen at Trump hush money trial

    07:09
  • ‘Bit of a sleazy guy’: Political analyst says people are ‘worn down’ by all of Trump’s legal woes

    05:53
  • 'Could charm anybody': Ex-colleague says its 'perverse' that David Pecker could be deemed credible

    06:47
  • 'Very unlikely' for Judge Merchan to ban Trump from courtroom despite potential gag order violation

    03:49
  • 'Detrimental to reputation': Judge Merchan says Trump's lawyer is 'losing all credibility'

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  • 'Ruining the integrity' of the trial: Did Trump violate Merchan's gag order?

    08:33
  • 'Let the contrast speak for itself': Trump in court while Biden hits campaign trail

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  • Judge warns Trump lawyer is 'losing all credibility' during gag order hearing

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  • Prosecutors argue Trump violated gag order in hush money trial

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  • Day 5 of Trump’s hush money trial in 60 seconds

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  • 'Not a lot happens' without Trump knowing about it: Defense says he had nothing to do with payment

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  • 'Grievance and victimhood': How Trump’s campaign is using legal woes to his advantage

    03:19
  • 'System is working': What it means for a former president to be on trial

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Democrats move to clear path to pass infrastructure bill alone as GOP remains obstinate

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Rachel Maddow reviews the familiar pattern taking place in negotiations over the infrastructure bill as Democrats make concessions to weaken the bill in the hopes of drawing Republican votes that will never come, and the Beltway press assesses Democratic progress toward bipartisanship. But as that plays out, Democrats are still preparing to govern without Republicans.