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Kevin McCarthy slams investigation into Trump but calls for calm among supporters

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Donald Trump claimed on social media that he expects to be arrested in connection to an alleged hush-money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, but Republican lawmakers are calling for calm among the former president’s supporters. NBC News’ Ryan Nobles explains how the GOP is responding to Trump’s calls for protests.