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Former VP Mike Pence reacts to the unprecedented FBI search of Mar-a-Lago and signals he wouldn't automatically say no to testifying in front of the January 6 committee. Plus: It's Rudy Giuliani's day of reckoning. And: Liz Chaney loses her job in a landslide.
A Justice Department court filing mentions highly classified materials the FBI recovered at Donald Trump's Florida resort, but the DOJ says some key details need to be kept secret to protect the integrity of their investigation. Plus: Today marks a signature achievement for President Biden as he signs a major health, climate and tax bill. And: Liz Chaney is the face of the Republican resistance to Trump. Today Wyoming voters decide if that will cost her her seat in Congress.
We begin today's show with new reporting on the FBI's search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago: A Trump lawyer signed a letter back in June promising there were no more classified papers. Plus: On the one-year anniversary of the fall of Afghanistan, we bring you a live report from Kabul. And: Liz Cheney faces the voters amid giant questions about the future.
An unsealed warrant unveils an investigation into multiple alleged criminal acts connected to former President Trump. Federal agents took 11 sets of documents from Mar-a-Lago home, including some labeled "top secret." Now, Republicans are rallying around Trump and attacking the FBI.Plus, Liz Cheney faces near-certain defeat in her primary on Tuesday, but does she have ambitions for a higher office?And Democrats celebrate a string of major legislative wins. They have three months to sell their ac...Show morecomplishments to voters ahead of the midterms.On today’s panel: Leigh Ann Caldwell of the Washington Post, Mario Parker of Bloomberg News, Laura Barron Lopez of PBS NewsHour, CNN’s Isaac Dovere, CNN’s Katelyn Polantz.
We should soon see the warrant used to search Mar-a-Lago as well as the list of items the FBI seized at Donald Trump's Florida home. The former president now says he's fine with making the warrant public. But he changed his tune because of a bold move by the Justice Department. Plus: The House is voting on final passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. And: The CDC says so long to social distancing.
New reporting suggests a tip about classified material at Mar-a-Lago led to the dramatic search warrant served at former President Donald Trump's home. Plus: CNN learned today that federal investigators had already served a grand jury subpoena back in June at Mar-a-Lago and took away sensitive national security documents. And: A milestone at the pump, as the average price for a gallon of gas dips below $4.00 for the first time since March.
Former President Donald Trump, under oath in the New York probe of his finances, declines to answer questions and invokes his right against self-incrimination. Plus: The Justice Department unveils criminal charges against Iran's special forces for allegedly trying to murder former Trump national security advisor John Bolton. And: Is inflation finally cooling off? A key metric says prices held steady last month, perhaps a sign inflation has peaked.
The FBI takes the unprecedented step of searching a former president's home, combing through Donald Trump's resort for classified documents. Plus: A bipartisan win for Joe Biden as the president puts pen to paper on a law he says will boost American manufacturing and provide more jobs. And: As important primaries get underway in four states, a new ad surfaces in Georgia touting accusations of abuse against the Republican nominee, Herschel Walker.
New reporting confirms the sweeping Justice Department probe into the insurrection goes all the way to the White House. Plus: The Fed is all but certain to jack up interest rates today just as new numbers on housing and what we're buying spell more economic trouble. And: President Biden ends his isolation after testing negative for Covid.
This weekend's 51-50 Senate vote -- VP Harris cast the tiebreaker -- put Joe Biden tantalizingly close to giant wins on climate, health care and taxes, with major consequences on policy and politics. Plus: After being cleared to travel following his Covid bouts, the President heads to Kentucky, pledging the federal government will help the state recover from disastrous and deadly flooding. And: A new picture shows a photo of a toilet stuffed with Trump White House documents.