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WATCH: Stephen Colbert labels Trump supporters a 'death cult' for refusing vaccines

"The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert warned that supporters of Donald Trump were acting like a "death cult" by refusing coronavirus vaccines.

Colbert's comments came during an interview with MSNBC's Joy Reid, who was discussing the targets of misinformation online during the last two presidential campaigns and the pandemic.

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Rudy Giuliani lashes out at critics who think he's a criminal: 'You're probably really stupid'

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Friday was interviewed by WNBC on Friday.

Reporter Melissa Russo met Giuliani at the World Trade Center Memorial to tape a segment for an upcoming story on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Mike Lindell is now hoping Supreme Court allows a do-over election: ‘Maybe that’s a thing’

On the far-right Brandon Howse Live radio program on Friday, MyPillow CEO and conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell suggested that perhaps the Supreme Court will allow a do-over of the election without electronic voting machines.

"So maybe the Supreme Court will say, hey, let's have another — let's do another election without machines," said Lindell. "You know. Maybe that's a thing."

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Trump inadvertently made key admission in calls to DOJ: impeachment counsel Daniel Goldman

On Friday's edition of MSNBC's "All In," former impeachment counsel Daniel Goldman explained a key admission former President Donald Trump made in his demand that the DOJ support his attacks on the legitimacy of the presidential election.

"'Just say it was corrupt and leave the rest to me,'" said anchor Chris Hayes. "What's your reaction to that?"

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'Several different crimes': Harvard legal scholar details the many laws Trump broke

On Friday's edition of CNN's "OutFront," Harvard Law professor emeritus Laurence Tribe broke down the possible crimes former President Donald Trump committed when he leaned on the Justice Department to lie about the integrity of the presidential election.

"Prof. Tribe, explain to me how, I mean, you know — I know Congressman [Jerry ] Connolly wasn't astonished. Evan [Perez] and I were that such a call, even such a quote would have happened," said anchor Erin Burnett. "'Just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me.' So we've got notes now showing that this occurred. Tell me why it's so significant."

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Bombshell DOJ notes on Trump’s coup attempt ‘worse than the Watergate smoking gun tape’: analysis

Former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election are "worse" than Watergate, according a longtime political journalist.

MSNBC's Ari Melber on Friday described the notes as "absolutely bombshell revelations" about Trump's attempts "to make the Justice Department not only back the 'Big Lie,' but overthrow the election and the government — all of this enabled by Republican lawmakers."

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'That's what's terrifying': CNN panel shocked at how far Trump's coup attempt went

On Friday, a CNN panel reacted to the new report of Justice Department notes showing the extent to which former President Donald Trump sought to interfere in the department's policy to overturn the presidential election.

"The notes show that both men pushed back against Trump, telling him we are doing our job, much of the information you are getting is false," said anchor Jake Tapper. "But what if somebody else had been in that job? Right now there is a big effort — again, this is about the future, not just the past — there's a big effort to take some of these people who were guardrails."

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‘Smoking gun’: Nicolle Wallace says new evidence spells trouble for Trump and ‘coup accomplices’

MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace on Friday offered her analysis after a bombshell new report by The New York Times detailing former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

"On December 27, 2020 — just 11 days before his supporters would storm the U.S. Capitol with the stated goal of hanging Mike Pence and disrupting the certification of Joe Biden's win, Donald Trump engaged in an insurrection of his own, calling the acting attorney general of the United States and directing him to declare the election corrupt and then, 'leave the rest to me,'" Wallace reported.

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David Cay Johnston reveals why Trump ‘forging’ his tax returns is not the most important issue

One of the only journalists to obtain Donald Trump's tax returns explained why potential crimes revealed by Trump's taxes may not be the biggest issue for congressional investigators to pursue.

MSNBC's Ayman Mohyeldin interviewed Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston on Friday after the Department of Justice ruled that the Treasury Department must turn over Trump's taxes to the House Ways and Means Committee.

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WATCH: Anti-vaccine activist brutally assaults journalist during protest of LA restaurant’s COVID policies

A self-described advocacy journalist says he was assaulted by anti-vaccine protesters in Los Angeles on Thursday.

"I was just severely injured by a mob of anti-vaxxers," Vishal P. Singh wrote on Twitter. "They were surrounding and assaulting someone. I went to film and help him escape. They attacked from behind. Possible concussion. Maced. Had to fight them off me by myself. Deployed mace in self defense after I was concussed."

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CNN analyst stunned after DOJ notes reveal Trump’s ‘colossal abuse of power’

During an appearance on CNN this Friday, legal analyst Elie Honig was asked to comment on the recent bombshell report from The New York Times detailing how former President Donald Trump pressed the Justice Department to bolster his bogus voter fraud claims, calling it a "colossal abuse of power."

"I think it's important that we not take this for granted or get numb to it because we've seen plenty of evidence that [Trump] was willing to do anything to overturn the election," Honig said. "Here, we are getting confirmation that he reached out to the Justice Department, which ought to be the last bastion of truth and independence, and just enlist their help ... he essentially asked them to make it up."

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Embattled GOP senator suddenly has 'questions' about Biden's victory amid fierce MAGA backlash

Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Lankford, who has faced fierce backlash from Trump supporters for voting to certify President Joe Biden's victory, now claims he has "questions" about the results of the 2020 presidential election.

"Biden is the constitutional President. No question about that," Lankford told CNN in a new interview. "Are there questions that are still hanging out there? Yes."

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Marco Rubio burned to the ground by CNN's Keilar after he 'punched himself in the face' with mask rant

Saying he took a swing and ended up hitting 'himself in the face," CNN "New Day" co-host Brianna Keilar piled on Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) over comments he made on Twitter about Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin for wearing a mask and face shield when arriving in the Philippines.

In a tweet, Rubio wrote, "Our @SecDef is vaccinated But he arrives in the Philippines wearing a mask AND a face shield Embarrassing COVID theatre."

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