House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) spoke for more than eight hours on topics ranging from economy and Hitler to Abraham Lincoln and Elon Musk — all to delay the House vote on the Build Back Better spending bill.
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Rep. Liz Cheney’s intolerance for former President Donald Trump’s lies and her fellow Republicans who “aid and abet” him are refrains we’ve heard from her in committee rooms and congressional hallways. But that razor-sharp rebuke landed differently when Cheney delivered it in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire, a testing ground for potential national political candidates and, in this case, for a message that goes deep against the Trump grain. CNN’s Dana Bash reports.
In an interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett, Clifford Owensby talks about the moment Dayton, Ohio, police officers dragged him from his car despite Owensby repeatedly informing the officers he is a paraplegic.
The White House informed the National Archives that it is not asserting executive privilege on an initial batch of documents related to the January 6 violence at the US Capitol, paving the way for the Archives to share documents with the House committee investigating the attempted insurrection.