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    Trump appeals ruling in New York civil fraud case

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  • Nikki Haley blasts Trump for losing support among GOP voters

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  • 'Attack From Within' looks at the problem of disinformation

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  • 'White Rural Rage' looks at the most likely group to abandon democratic norms

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  • Rev. Al: I've never seen Trump stand up for Black people treated wrongly by the criminal justice system

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  • Rev. Al to Black Trump supporters: 'Have you no shame?'

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  • How Trump’s foreign policy could alter America’s global approach

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  • Resolution proposed to prevent RNC from paying Trump's legal bills

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  • Velshi: Michigan’s state GOP drama is cause for national attention

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  • Maddow: Haley has a 'big new line' to condemn Trump 'for his corruption'

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  • ‘Not a Soviet-style election’: Haley attacks Trump’s focus, vows to stay in race

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  • Trump's 'rambling and incoherent' victory speech leads to Maddow bestowing new nickname

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  • Trump's 'manifest unfitness' on display in rambling victory speech: Maddow

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  • 'A ridiculous long shot': Haley losing streak puts her candidacy in a different class

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  • Here’s what South Carolina GOP voters say if Trump is convicted of a crime

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  • 'An emphatic win': South Carolina primary projected for Trump immediately as polls close

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  • Steve Kornacki breaks down first South Carolina exit poll results

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  • Trump talks legal troubles in CPAC remarks

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  • How Donald Trump tried to court Black conservatives

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  • Trump says Black voters like him because he's been 'discriminated against' by legal system

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Lawsuit: President Trump is violating the Constitution

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The President is being sued for allegedly violating the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution because his hotels may accept payments from foreign governments. Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe, one of the attorneys who filed the lawsuit, joins Lawrence.