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  • Newsom knocks Democrats for poor messaging on successes versus Republicans

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  • Michael Cohen on Deadline White House – Part 2

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  • Michael Cohen on Deadline White House – Part 1

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  • McConnell announces support for Electoral Count Act reform

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  • Doug Mastriano said women who violate proposed abortion ban should face murder charges in 2019

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  • Jan. 6 committee likely to postpone hearing scheduled for tomorrow

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  • Biden discusses efforts to lower health care cost and protect Medicare

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  • Biden on preparations for Hurricane Ian: 'We'll be with you every step of the way'

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  • FEMA administrator discusses 'extensive' preparations for Hurricane Ian

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First Biden judge confirmed; Democrats slow to balance Trump judge glut

05:42

Rachel Maddow tells the history of the judicial nomination of Julien Xavier Neals by President Obama, whose nominees were virtually stalled by Republicans toward the end of his term, and now again by President Biden, who has a long road ahead if he hopes to balance the flood of judges Republicans installed under Donald Trump.