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    Trump classified documents grand jury to resume after hiatus

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  • Rev. Dr. William Barber on debt deal: 'Something’s wrong with our moral center'

    07:07
  • Velshi: Attacking LGBTQ rights is a losing political strategy

    03:37
  • Pence will not be charged in classified documents probe

    01:26
  • Biden to address nation on bipartisan debt ceiling deal

    01:55
  • GOP spending millions on flawed voter turnout operation

    01:58
  • 'Are you blind?': DeSantis snaps at reporter during New Hampshire campaign stop

    01:53
  • Special counsel obtains recording of Trump discussing classified document

    01:08
  • Mike Pence to kick off campaign for president

    03:11
  • House Oversight chair prepares to hold Wray in contempt over document in Biden probe

    03:01
  • Chris Christie to announce 2024 presidential campaign

    02:53
  • Rep. Jayapal to vote 'no' on debt limit deal

    02:24
  • Independent group 'No Labels' could field third-party candidate in 2024

    08:13
  • GOP leaders tout debt ceiling bill ahead of House vote

    02:14
  • Future of Feinstein's Senate seat devolving into proxy war in California

    03:27
  • McCarthy on debt limit bill: 'We couldn't get everything we wanted'

    02:16
  • How McCarthy’s Freedom Caucus feud could stall the debt ceiling deal

    01:47
  • Breaking down the Biden-McCarthy debt limit deal

    02:12
  • Rep. Barbara Lee sees ‘a lot of problems’ with debt deal, looking for ‘who wins and who loses’

    04:30
  • Rep. Debbie Dingell: Debt deal contains ‘things I would never vote for under normal circumstances’

    05:17

Jennifer Palmieri: ‘The Republican Party is a consequence-free zone’

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Sean Parnell, one of several 2022 Republican Senate candidates accused of threatening women, suspended his campaign after losing a custody battle with his estranged wife who alleged that he abused her and their kids. Jennifer Palmieri details how Trump is normalizing the acceptance of bad behavior within the Republican Party and from its candidates. Jill Wine-Banks also joins.