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    Discussing the Dangerous Republican Rhetoric Against the DOJ

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  • ‘Extraordinary day:’ Raskin on House passing historic climate, health bill

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  • Jan. 6th tie to deadly FBI confrontation in Ohio

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  • Armed suspect in Cincinnati FBI attack who was at Capitol on Jan. 6 dies in standoff

    03:39
  • Trump pleads the 5th

    10:02
  • FBI seizes phone of Trump ally Rep. Scott Perry

    04:52
  • Trump Indicted In 2022? Here’s How It Can Happen | MSNBC

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  • Doug Mastriano did not answer questions during Jan. 6 interview

    01:49
  • Michael Beschloss: Mar-a-Lago search was unprecedented, but so was Trump’s ‘indifference to the law’

    06:46
  • Mar-a-Lago search warrant likely 'exhaustive,' unlike 'any other affidavit in recent memory' at DOJ

    11:13
  • Can Trump can be indicted in 2022? Yes, history shows

    11:55
  • Secret Service facilitated FBI access to Mar-a-Lago, did not take part in search

    03:45
  • What the FBI needed to have on Trump to obtain a search warrant to raid Mar-a-Lago

    05:07
  • Former FBI agent on missing Secret Service texts

    06:53
  • Doug Mastriano to meet virtually with Jan. 6 committee

    02:01
  • Rep. Zoe Lofgren on Where the Jan. 6th Committee Investigation Stands Now

    04:36
  • Rep. Swalwell: MAGA Republicans are trying to erase violent reality of Jan. 6

    03:17
  • Will Alex Jones’ phone records be slam dunk for 1/6 committee?

    08:56
  • Alex Jones' phone may answer Jan. 6 questions that Alex Jones would not

    07:57
  • Top Senate Democrat calls on DOD to prob missing Jan. 6 texts

    09:18

Capitol Police officer widow sues alleged MAGA attacker for his death

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As the DOJ releases new video showing the horrific attack on the Capitol by MAGA supporters, the widow of a Capitol Police officer who died by suicide after the insurrection is now suing his alleged attacker. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber is joined by NYU law professor Melissa Murray to discuss the lawsuit.