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Kyle Griffin

Senior Producer. MSNBC's @TheLastWord. Opinions mine. Suburban women, will you please like me?

Manhattan, NY

Joined on 18 April, 2009

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Nearly a dozen Trump supporters charged in connection with the Capitol insurrection have said that Antifa and other left-wing groups weren't involved in the attack, debunking a false-flag conspiracy gaining popularity in the pro-Trump orbit.

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Reps. Joe Neguse and Lucy McBath will ask President Biden to appoint a national director of gun violence prevention.

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Republican Madison Cawthorn has built his career on biographical falsehoods — and is now using his seat in Congress to push election lies.

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Bar complaints have been filed against three attorneys who worked on lawsuits aimed at overturning the results of the presidential election.

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NYT: A second former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accusing him of sexual harassment, saying that he asked her questions about her sex life, whether she was monogamous in her relationships and if she had ever had sex with older men.

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President Biden on the Johnson & Johnson news: "There is light at the end of the tunnel, but we cannot let our guard down now or assume that victory is inevitable. We must continue to remain vigilant, act fast and aggressively, and look out for one another."

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WASHINGTON (AP) — US clears Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose COVID-19 shot, adding a third vaccine option to the race against the virus.

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Freshmen members of Congress are hiring more diverse staffs: Reps. Cori Bush and Nikema Williams filled all top staffing slots with people of color. Sen. Padilla's top staffers are all people of color. Two-thirds of Sen. Warnock's top staffers are Black.

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Republican Paul Gosar skipped the COVID relief vote to speak at a conference with ties to white nationalism.

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Pamela Smith has been named chief of U.S. Park Police. She will be the first African American woman to lead the agency in its 230-year history.

Smith says she will immediately implement body cameras, which the Park Police currently don't use.

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Reps. Jerry Nadler and Judy Chu have reintroduced the National Origin-Based Antidiscrimination for Nonimmigrants (NO BAN) Act.

The legislation is designed to "restore the separation of powers by limiting overly broad executive authority to issue future travel bans."

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President Biden: "Now the bill moves to the U.S. Senate where I hope it will receive quick action. We have no time to waste. If we act decisively, quickly and boldly, we can finally get ahead of this virus, we can finally get our economy moving again."

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Prosecutors oppose dismissing Bannon's indictment:

Steve Bannon wants a judge to dismiss the fraud charges against him in a New York criminal indictment, but prosecutors say Trump's pardon doesn't mean he's been exonerated.

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren says Democrats should immediately use budget reconciliation to create a pathway to U.S. citizenship for millions of undocumented workers in essential jobs such as health care and farming.

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Rep. Colin Allred has introduced the Know Your Polling Place Act, which would require states to notify voters of changes in their polling place and ensure accommodations are made for voters that show up at the wrong polling place.

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Rep. Al Green on the House floor, responding to a Republican who cited God in opposing transgender rights: "You used God to enslave my foreparents. You used God to segregate me in schools. You used God to put me in the back of he bus. Have you no shame?"

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California Sen. Alex Padilla has unveiled his first piece of legislation since arriving in the Senate: The Citizenship for Essential Workers Act, which would offer millions of immigrant essential workers and their families a path to citizenship.

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BREAKING: The House just passed Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill, 219-212. All Republicans voted against the legislation. All but two Democrats voted for the legislation.

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What a day.

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