10 people are killed and three are injured in a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, that police say was fueled by the racist “White replacement” conspiracy theory. The shooting suspect has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. New York Governor Kathy Hochul joins to discuss what she calls as an act of ‘white supremacist domestic terrorism’, and her plea for a national response to fight gun violence.
CNN Political Director David Chalian joins to give a rundown of the big races to watch in Tuesday’s primary elections, as MAGA conservative Kathy Barnette’s rise in Pennsylvania has the GOP reeling over potential upset and what it could mean for November. Plus, top Republicans speak out against the “Replacement” conspiracy theory as it creeps into mainstream GOP politics, a viral video shows a Rideshare driver standing up to racism, and hundreds of Ukrainians are evacuated from Mariupol.
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Denver Riggleman is a former senior technical adviser to the January 6 Committee. He joins to discuss how important White House Counsel Pat Cipollone’s testimony could be after being involved in so many conversations with top White House aides and the then president. Don interviews Georgia...
Former aide to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Cassidy Hutchinson, testifies before the Select Committee, saying Trump knew the crowd had weapons and body armor when he told them to march to the US Capitol, and that Meadows told her Trump’s reaction to the “hang Mike Pence” chant was “He...