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    ‘Who would know better than a Trump family member?’: Questions arise on who tipped off FBI on Mar-a-Lago docs

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    09:25
  • Joe: I plead with Republicans, please call out conspiracy theories against IRS

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  • ‘A lot of people are willing to risk jail to protect Trump’ legal expert says after Giuliani testimony

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  • We are making progress on inflation while not killing off the economy: WH

    08:20
  • Poll Workers Wary of Volunteering

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  • Biden signs Inflation Reduction Act into law, slams Republicans for opposing

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  • The U.S. is dealing with a teacher shortage, says education secretary

    10:36
  • Threats to federal law enforcement agencies on rise

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  • ‘Espionage Act has no mention of classification’ so Trump 'declassifying' docs is no excuse expert says

    10:43
  • A year since the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan, country in economic shambles

    09:01
  • Giuliani told he's the target of 2020 Georgia election investigation

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  • What a president can and can't do in removing protections for secrets

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  • Giuliani reportedly told he's target of 2020 Georgia election probe

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Trump corruption of DOJ lingers under Merrick Garland; risks setting dangerous precedent

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Rachel Maddow reviews the abuse of the Department of Justice by Bill Barr in sacrificing justice to serve the political needs of Donald Trump, and notes that rather than cleaning the department with accountability for indulging that corruption, Attorney General Merrick Garland is apparently punishing none of it and even continuing some of it, risking a precedent that will surely be embraced by the next corrupt president. (*edited for length from original broadcast)