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Wednesday was a very bad day for Donald Trump

• Hear Toobin predict what court ruling against Trump will mean • Trump's Jan. 6 documents are on their way to the House • Analysis: Supreme Court ruling is a bitter blow to Trump

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Cillizza: Ron DeSantis just positioned himself for a White House run

The race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination may have already started last week, after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gave a speech declaring his state is the "freest" in the country from Covid-19 mandates. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza analyzes DeSantis' early 2024 jockeying and how one major factor stands in his way: former President Donald Trump.

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Opinion: Trump documents allegedly claimed his apartment was nearly three times larger than it is

Before he became president of the United States and starting espousing lies about the 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump was a kind of business illusionist whose stock-in-trade allegedly included shifting claims of wealth based on his real estate holdings. With his books closed to outsiders, the truth was hard to ascertain. But now, thanks to the New York attorney general, accountability may be at hand.

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Rep. Bennie Thompson says the panel is asking Trump's daughter and then-adviser to talk, a major step for the panel closing in on the former President's inner circle

Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman of the House select committee investigating the January 6 riot, told reporters on Thursday that the panel will be inviting former President Donald Trump's daughter and then-White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump to talk to the committee, a major step for the panel closing in on the former President's inner circle.

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The future of the GOP isn't about DeSantis or Youngkin

A year after Donald Trump left the White House and with the 2022 midterms looming, much of the Republican Party has its sights on what, and who, comes next. Though Trump is still very much in the picture -- his recent rally in Arizona had strong back-on-the-campaign-trail vibes -- two Republican governors (and the states they represent) have emerged as possible answers to these GOP questions: Virginia's Glenn Youngkin and Florida's Ron DeSantis.

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The office says it needs testimony from Trump and two of his adult children over what investigators identify as numerous 'omissions' in financial statements

New York Attorney General Letitia James' office says it needs the testimony of former President Donald Trump and two of his adult children to determine their knowledge of what investigators say they have identified as numerous "misleading statements and omissions" in tax submissions and financial statements used to obtain loans.

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January 6 committee subpoenas Giuliani and 3 others

The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot issued a subpoena Tuesday for Rudy Giuliani, a central figure in former President Donald Trump's failed bid to overturn the 2020 election on the basis of unfounded allegations of widespread voter fraud.

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Jake Tapper reveals the reason Trump went to Arizona

Jake Tapper looks at former President Donald Trump's continued efforts to restrict voting rights in states across the nation on the weekend the country remembers civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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GOP plots onslaught of Biden probes in the run-up to 2024

Members of the far right are already agitating to launch impeachment proceedings against President Joe Biden if the GOP is in power in Congress next year. Some leading Republicans want to spotlight former President Donald Trump's false claims of voter fraud. And key House and Senate Republicans are vowing to probe the security failures surrounding last year's January 6 attack on the US Capitol -- and turn the attention to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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Trump allies' fake Electoral College certificates offer fresh insights about plot to overturn Biden's victory

In the weeks after the 2020 election, then-President Donald Trump's allies sent fake certificates to the National Archives declaring that Trump won seven states that he actually lost. The documents had no impact on the outcome of the election, but they are yet another example of how Team Trump tried to subvert the Electoral College -- a key line of inquiry for the January 6 committee.

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