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House investigators target the money trail behind January 6 rally

The House select committee is setting its sights on the financing behind events and people associated with January 6, CNN has learned, including money that funded pro-Trump "Stop the Steal" rallies that preceded the attack on the Capitol that day, in an effort to determine whether any election law violations or financial crimes took place.

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Doing right isn't the secret to Dems' 2022 success

We are frequently told that the key to the Democrats' chances in the 2022 midterm elections is for President Joe Biden's administration and the Democratic majority in Congress to deliver meaningful legislation for the American people.

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Analysis: Rep. Scalise thinks he can promote Trump's nonsense while maintaining plausible deniability. He can't

At a rally in Iowa on Saturday night, former President Donald Trump told a laughable series of specific lies about the 2020 election he lost. He said, for example, that the state of Pennsylvania and the cities of Detroit and Philadelphia each recorded more votes cast than they have actual voters, though none of that is even close to true.

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Trump pressures governor to audit state he won

Former President Donald Trump won Texas in the 2020 election, but he is putting pressure on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to conduct an audit anyway. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.

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Opinion: The bombshell Jan. 6 report

The more information that emerges about former President Donald Trump's efforts to remain in power despite losing the 2020 election, the more difficult it becomes for the Department of Justice to avoid investigating the wide array of potentially criminal conduct by the former President between the election and January 6.

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GOP senators who voted to convict Trump are now shrugging at latest warnings

Seven Senate Republicans defied former President Donald Trump by voting to convict him for inciting an insurrection after losing the 2020 election. But eight months later, they're largely responding with a collective shrug to warnings again he's taking steps to try to overturn the 2024 election, telling CNN they see no reason yet to be alarmed.

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