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The House is set to vote on whether to refer former advisor to President Trump, Steve Bannon, to the Justice Department after his refusal to cooperate with the January 6th investigation. NBC News’ Leigh Ann Caldwell breaks down how lawmakers are expected to vote and what happens next if the vote goes through.