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    McCarthy warns shutdown would weaken government: ‘Why would they want to stop paying the troops?’

    03:15
  • Full Panel: McCarthy losing speakership is ‘a matter of when’ not ‘if’

    08:52
  • Sherrod Brown becomes second Senate Democrat to call on Menendez to resign

    05:59
  • Christie: ‘I have no interest’ in a Senate run, even if Sen. Menendez runs for re-election

    00:37
  • Majority of Democratic voters express concerns about Biden in NBC News poll

    04:47
  • UAW workers ‘loved’ Biden’s message at picket line: ‘He’s walking the walk’

    06:31
  • Poll: Independent voters say GOP deals with the economy better

    04:04
  • Rep. Gonzalez says he could ‘certainly consider’ state of emergency at southern border

    06:31
  • Tim Scott, Nikki Haley ‘not popular enough’ among voters in home state South Carolina

    04:09
  • Clyburn leaves prospect of Menendez stepping down to ‘Democrats in New Jersey’

    00:30
  • Sec. Buttigieg says a government shutdown ‘can’t be’ inevitable

    02:02
  • Full Panel: Enthusiasm gap ‘a huge problem’ for the Biden re-election campaign

    07:00
  • Buttigieg won’t say if Biden supports four-day work week for UAW workers: ‘We’re not’ negotiating

    00:39
  • Meet the Press Minute: Ronald Reagan explains his party switching in 1966

    01:05
  • Full Buttigieg: White House is ‘not part of the negotiations’ over UAW strike

    07:36
  • Clyburn stops short of calling Harris future of Democratic Party: She ‘could' be

    00:39
  • Full Clyburn: Speaker McCarthy is ‘backing away’ from a deal he made to keep government open

    08:25
  • Christie: ‘Donald Trump left me, I didn’t leave him’

    02:35
  • Full Christie: ‘Momentum is everything in this race’

    11:24
  • Christie reacts to Trump’s lead in NBC News poll: ‘We don’t have a national primary’

    01:07

Biden administration plans to follow Clinton impeachment handbook

08:07

President Biden’s team plans to use former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment handbook, pointing to the fact that impeached presidents have seen an uptick in poll popularity in the past. “They’re pointing out that there might be a slight political upside,” said NBC News White House Correspondent Monica Alba.