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Steve Bannon due back in court after pleading not guilty to contempt of Congress

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Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon is due back in court after pleading not guilty to charges of contempt of Congress, saying he was following the former president’s wishes by not complying with a Congressional subpoena. NBC News’ Leigh Ann Caldwell explains how Bannon plans to invoke executive privilege and whether his defense could hold up to the January 6th committee.