CNN’s Jake Tapper asks Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) about how she feels about two Senate Democrat holdouts, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), who are essential to pass a large social safety net bill without Republican support through a process called reconciliation.
At least five former staffers from Donald Trump’s administration have voluntarily spoken with the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins and John King discuss.
Former President Donald Trump has found the loophole to get back on social media after being banned from all available major sites – by launching his own platform. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza discusses the highly anticipated debut of “TRUTH social” and how its future success seems … dismal.
Donald Trump is supporting a trio of candidates whose troubled pasts have come under scrutiny, as he continues to influence the standards of the GOP from his post-presidency perch. CNN’s Sara Murray has more.
South Carolina Republican Rep. Jeff Duncan wore a mask on the House floor that read “Let’s go Brandon,” a coded phrase adopted by the Right signifying “F*** Joe Biden.” CNN’s Maggie Haberman analyzes what the lack of decorum signifies.
US President Joe Biden issued a new guideline imposing new vaccine requirements for foreign national air travelers. US lifted restrictions on China, India and much of Europe effective Nov. 8, the White House.
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Donald Trump’s effort to destroy confidence in US elections suffered a serious setback after a draft of the sham review ordered by Arizona Republicans confirmed that he had lost to President Joe Biden in the state’s critical Maricopa County. CNN’s John Avlon and Harry Enten break down the consequences of the audit.
A poll worker named Eric Frank was paid $25,000 by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, from the governor’s own campaign account, after Frank reported a Republican voter in Pennsylvania for trying to vote twice in the 2020 election. Neither Gov. Patrick’s office nor campaign responded to multiple requests for comment.