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    Full Panel: 'Only' current serving Republicans are 'still scared' of Trump

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  • Supreme Court case could have ‘dire consequences’ on elections: Full Michigan Secretary of State

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  • Warnock’s second consecutive win marks a ‘historically significant’ victory

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  • Lithuanian PM: Apparent drone attack in Russia could be a ‘false flag’

    06:56
  • Full Panel: Trump Org. guilty of tax fraud as Bolton, Kemp floated for 2024

    09:42
  • Georgia voters split over candidates' characters

    05:33
  • Jury finds Trump Organization guilty of tax fraud

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  • John Bolton considering entering 2024 presidential race

    01:47
  • What Steve Kornacki is watching on the Georgia Senate runoff

    02:28
  • Bolton in 2024? ‘When you challenge the Constitution itself … that is un-American’

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  • Gov. Kemp’s support for Walker: ‘It’s important that we have a Republican in that seat’

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  • Full Panel: Trump running a ‘campaign about victimhood’

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  • Chuck Todd: Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign is ‘catastrophic failure’ so far

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  • Full Panel: GOP reactions to Trump's 'dinner with bigots' are different than past controversies

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  • DNC poised to drop Iowa, promote Michigan in 2024 primary calendar

    02:36
  • In 1980, Pres. Carter announced he wouldn’t 'support the sending' of athletes to the Moscow Olympics

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  • Fmr. CIA director: Possibility of ‘bloodshed on the streets of Iran’

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  • SEC, CFTC and DOJ all investigating FTX 

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  • Senate votes to avert rail strike

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  • Sam Bankman-Fried and his team at FTX were among top political donors

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Midterm election environment begins to reflect ‘a more typical referendum on the party in power’

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Chuck Todd reports for Meet the Press NOW live from Atlanta with Election Day just 20 days away. Battleground Georgia could “again decide which party controls the Senate,” as the midterm environment begins to “look like a more typical referendum on the party in power.”