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'House Republicans hate Steve Bannon, but they fear him,' says ex-Trump official

President Trump's White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah and Former Republican congressman Joe Walsh join CNN New Day to talk about the vote to hold Steve Bannon in contempt in the House of Representatives. Bannon defied a lawful subpoena to appear before the select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol. The vote passed the House, but with only 9 Republican votes.

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Stelter: Why isn't there a NYT of the right?

CNN's Brian Stelter says that the erosion of mistrust is high among Republicans in part because right-wing media outlets like Fox News and OAN rely on repeating information instead of doing their own reporting of the facts.

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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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The student debt promise Biden hasn't made good on

The Biden administration is taking action on student debt by making long overdue changes to the federal student loan forgiveness program. It's taken too long, and the proposed measures are not nearly sufficient to address the problem, but it's a start. Now President Joe Biden, watching his legislative agenda stall, needs to be bolder and forgive as much student loan debt as possible for as many people as possible. It's good politics, and once done, will be hard for Republicans to undo. It's extremely good economics, as student loan debt holds tens of millions of people back. And it's about damn time.

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Treasury secretary: 'It's flirting with a self-inflicted crisis'

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Thursday that the debate over the US debt ceiling amounts to "flirting with a self-inflicted crisis" but that everyone "breathed a sigh of relief" after Democrats and Republicans reached a deal to avert economic disaster.

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McConnell's shift on debt ceiling fight puts GOP in a bind

The debt ceiling deal proposed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is putting his GOP conference in a bind, with some Republicans accusing the formidable Senate tactician of folding in his standoff with Democrats and others refusing to go along with his strategy.

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