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    Rep. Stacey Plaskett: “Feckless” McCarthy “wants to hide among masses” 

    04:20
  • Seeking a pardon shows 'consciousness of guilt,' says former U.S. attorney

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  • The Fourth January Sixth Committee Hearing

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  • Documentary filmmaker becomes a key January 6 witness

    07:04
  • Joe on Day Five takeaways: Patriotic Americans put the future of the country over political party

    08:20
  • Joe: January 6 hearings about as compelling as anything since Watergate

    04:26
  • Open question after fifth hearing: Who installed Klukowski at DOJ?

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  • Defense secretary called Italy to debunk ridiculous 'Italygate' conspiracy theory

    05:49
  • Detailing crimes may have discouraged Trump from pardons, despite multiple requests

    11:37
  • January 6th hearing connects two major dots in Trump coup plot

    02:56
  • Clark caught in a contradiction: Why claiming the Fifth and privilege can't coexist

    02:06
  • Kinzinger: Stand for truth & reject the lies

    03:08
  • Trump’s pressure campaign on DOJ officials

    05:54
  • Melber: January 6th hearings show Trump pushing voter fraud even as he complained about it

    03:52
  • DOJ officials spoke Trump's cynical language to head off coup plot

    02:49
  • Sen. Whitehouse on GOP requests for Trump pardons: ‘This is not normal’

    02:27
  • Stacey Abrams: I’d protect election workers that Trump endangered

    07:35
  • Exclusive: New documentary footage shows Trump saying ‘stupid people’ refused to support Big Lie

    06:17
  • Exposed: Trump tried to put coup plotter in charge of DOJ

    07:29
  • DOJ eyes Trump after feds raid Trump ally, seize phones

    03:11

Fmr. federal prosecutor: Trump lawyer John Eastman has nowhere to run

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MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart speaks to Glenn Kirschner and Joyce Vance, both former federal prosecutors, about what we learned from the third public hearing from the January 6th Committee and how that information might be used by the Justice Department in their investigation into the insurrection.