Steve Kornacki

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News editor and political columnist for Salon; former political columnist for the New York Observer

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Jeff Sessions is out as President Trump’s attorney general.

Sessions is adjourned

Jeff Sessions is out as President Trump’s attorney general.

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As we taped this show, it appears Judge Brett Kavanaugh will soon be Justice Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh approaches the bench

As we taped this show, it appears Judge Brett Kavanaugh will soon be Justice Kavanaugh

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