McKay Coppins

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With Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic candidates, Republicans are reviving a political dirty word: “socialism.”

Sanders and 'socialism,' Trump and disinformation

With Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic candidates, Republicans are reviving a political dirty word: “socialism.”

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Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen described the president as a racist, a conman, and a cheat during Cohen’s hearing before the House Oversight Committee today.

Michael Cohen implicates Trump in bank fraud, tax fraud, and campaign finance felonies

Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen described the president as a racist, a conman, and a cheat during Cohen’s hearing before the House Oversight Committee today.

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Trump was once a controversial fringe candidate who challenged the Republican Party’s norms and traditions, and was criticized by many of his fellow Republicans.

As Trump solidifies control of Republican Party, what does that mean for the GOP’s long-term future?

Trump was once a controversial fringe candidate who challenged the Republican Party’s norms and traditions, and was criticized by many of his fellow Republicans.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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