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  • Gaetz unlikely to face sex crimes charges

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  • Burn: See MAGA-era science lies roasted and debunked by Neil DeGrasse Tyson

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  • Trump fraud whistleblower Michael Cohen on “roadmap” to new Trump Org fraud case

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Legal analyst: Both wings of SCOTUS seem skeptical about Trump’s position on presidential powers

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A controversy at the center of Trump’s presidency reached the Supreme Court Tuesday – will the justices force the release of Trump’s taxes to certain investigators. An attorney who has argued over 40 cases before the Court, Neal Katyal, says the new oral arguments lead him to believe the court will rule against Trump -- and require the release of some tax returns and financial records. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent reports on the oral arguments, tracing the history of several related cases and contrasting Trump’s handling of his records to other candidates including Mitt Romney, and interviews Katyal and attorney Maya Wiley about the arguments on both sides.