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  • Trump White House records released

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  • Before the Trump coup attempt, a chilling, prescient warning

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Supreme Court faces credibility crisis as anti-abortion justices set to fulfill purpose

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Rachel Maddow explains why the anti-abortion justices on the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade would confirm what many people already think about the court being compromised by politics, and highlights the more liberal justices cautioning their colleagues who appear poised to fulfill the reason Republicans nominated them to the court.