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    John Sullivan Warns U.S. Must Be "Robust" in Its Response to Russian Hacking

    Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) asks Deputy Secretary of State nominee John Sullivan how the U.S. can deter Russian cyberattacks. Referencing recent interference in the U.S. and French presidential elections, he says the U.S. must be "robust" as it responds to Russia. He says interference in the democratic process is a "profound threat to our way of life."

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    Admiral Rogers Says Intel Community Warned of Russian Hacking Ahead of Macron Leak

    Admiral Michael Rogers responds to a question from Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) about Russian hacking ahead of the French presidential election. He says the intelligence community warned France about Russian hacking before a leak of internal documents pertaining to candidate Emmanuel Macron, who went on to win the French presidency.

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    James Comey Says FBI Will "Move Heaven and Earth" to Investigate Hate Crimes

    FBI Director James Comey says law enforcement needs to do a better job tracking hate crimes and connecting with local communities. He says even when such crimes can't be prevented, the FBI "will move heaven and Earth" to bring perpetrators to justice.

    • 4 minutes
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    House Minority Leader Slams Republicans Following Passage of Health Care Bill

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) says today's health care vote puts Republicans on the record and the American people will judge them. She says the vote is "tattooed on them" and "they will glow in the dark." She also calls the bill "radical."

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    GOP Health Care Bill Narrowly Clears the House, 217-213

    The House votes 217-213 to approve the Republican health care bill, which would replace the Affordable care Act. Earlier, members voted down an exemption for members of Congress from the revised Republican health care bill.

    • 21 minutes
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    Louis Gohmert: Initial Party Divisions Have Made Health Care Bill "Better"

    Representative Louie Gohmert (R-TX), a member of the House Freedom Caucus, discusses his support for the latest version of the GOP health care bill. He says it's good the Republican caucus has come to consensus on the legislation, but says some in the party "have forgotten how they vilified those of us that pointed out problems" in the previous version of the bill.

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    Education CIO Faces Criticism For Not Notifying Congress of FAFSA Data Breach

    Representative Mark Meadows (R-NC) says Education Department CIO Jason Gray should resign if the department's findings about the number of people affected by the FAFSA data breach turn out to be wrong. He also asks why the IRS failed to norify Congress of the breach.

    • 5 minutes
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    James Comey Says Idea FBI Affected Election Makes Him "Mildly Nauseous"

    FBI Director James Comey says the idea the FBI's actions affected the outcome of the 2016 election makes him fell "mildly nauseous." He says, looking back, he would still make the choice to re-open the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails ahead of Election Day.

    • 7 minutes
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    OMB Director Backs President's Shutdown Threat

    Reacting to one of President Trump's tweets, OMB Director Mick Mulvaney addresses the possibility of government shutdown in September, saying a "good shutdown would be one that fixes this town." He blames Democrats and says the GOP has made a "good faith" effort to negotiate on government spending.

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    President Trump Looks Ahead to 2020 Election in Remarks at NRA Meeting

    In remarks at the National Rife Association's meeting in Atlanta, President Trump predicts he will probably be the only candidate in 2020 to address an NRA gathering. He also takes a dig at Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), calling her "Pocahontas" and saying, "She is not big for the NRA."

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