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12:00 AM ET, June 22, 2022

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Maggie Haberman / New York Times:
Ivanka Trump expressed a different view on the election to a filmmaker.  —  Ivanka Trump, the elder daughter of former President Donald J. Trump, told a documentary film crew in the middle of December 2020 that her father should “continue to fight until every legal remedy is exhausted” …
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CNN:
7 takeaways from the fourth day of the January 6 hearings  —  The latest hearing before the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection revealed new details Tuesday about how former President Donald Trump pressured state officials to help him overturn the 2020 presidential election.
CNN:
Frustrated with January 6 hearings, Trump turns ire toward his allies  —  (CNN)Donald Trump is growing increasingly irritated with the House panel investigating the January 6, 2021, riot as it lifts the curtain on some of its findings with public hearings that have garnered gavel-to-gavel cable coverage …
Amanda Carpenter / The Triad:
Trump Proves the Jan. 6th Committee's Point
Maggie Haberman / New York Times:
‘I took an oath,’ Rusty Bowers, the Arizona House speaker, says of rejecting efforts to overturn the election.
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
The defense of democracy depends on the power of honorable individuals
Discussion: HuffPost, Raw Story and Mother Jones
Politico:
Ron Johnson tried to hand fake elector info to Mike Pence on Jan. 6, panel reveals
Greg Bluestein / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Rebuked again: Trump's picks for House seats in Georgia go bust  —  Georgia Republican voters rebuked Donald Trump for the second time in a month Tuesday by rejecting his picks for a pair of open U.S. House seats, another blow to the former president after his attempt to unseat Gov. Brian Kemp and other incumbents collapsed.
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Andrew Solender / Axios:
Oz drops Trump branding in general election shift  —  Mehmet Oz, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, is quietly shifting his campaign messaging away from former President Trump as he transitions into what's likely to be one of the most hotly contested Senate elections of the midterms.
Hannah Knowles / Washington Post:
Katie Britt is projected to beat Mo Brooks in Alabama GOP Senate race  —  GOP primary runoffs in Alabama and Georgia on Tuesday featured congressional candidates with dueling claims to the party base  —  First-time candidate Katie Britt on Tuesday won the Republican nomination to represent Alabama …
Jazmine Ulloa / New York Times:
Cuellar Defeats Cisneros In South Texas Primary Runoff, Recount Shows
Allahpundit / HotAir:
Live results: Mo's last stand?
Discussion: CNN and Washington Examiner
Washington Post:
Senate votes to advance bipartisan gun deal, breaking 30-year logjam  —  The Senate on Tuesday night advanced a bill that would toughen federal gun laws and provide billions of dollars in new money to prevent future mass shootings after negotiators settled key disagreements …
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Stephen Gutowski / The Reload:
Senate Gun Bill Extends Gun Prohibitions to Juvenile Records, Misdemeanor Violence Committed by ‘Dating Partners’  —  The Senate released the finalized text of its gun deal on Tuesday, adding new kinds of gun prohibitions to federal law.  —  The package extends current prohibitions on gun sales …
Alan Fram / Associated Press:
Senators say agreement on gun violence compromise is at hand  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Senators have moved to the brink of an agreement on a bipartisan gun violence bill, Democrats' lead negotiator said Tuesday, potentially teeing up votes this week on an incremental but notable package …
Zach Despart / The Texas Tribune:
DPS Director Steve McCraw says officers in Uvalde could have taken down gunman within 3 minutes had commander not hesitated  —  McCraw testified before a Texas Senate committee, laying blame on local police officers in Uvalde for not acting faster to save children in school shooting.  —  Copy link
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J. David Goodman / New York Times:
Head of State Police Calls Response to Uvalde Shooting an ‘Abject Failure’
Will Hobson / Washington Post:
Document reveals details of 2009 sexual assault allegation against Daniel Snyder  —  An employee of Washington's NFL team accused owner Daniel Snyder of sexually harassing and assaulting her in April 2009, three months before the team agreed to pay the woman $1.6 million as part of a confidential settlement …
Discussion: NBC4 Washington and OutKick
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:
Fox News parent must face defamation lawsuit over election coverage  —  A Delaware judge on Tuesday rejected a motion by the parent of Fox News Network to dismiss Dominion Voting Systems Inc's $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit over the network's 2020 presidential election coverage.
New York Times:
F.D.A. Aims to Cut Down on Smoking by Slashing Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes  —  The move would be an effort to further wean Americans from addictive tobacco products and reduce smoking-related illnesses.  — Give this article- - - Read in app  —  The Food and Drug Administration …
Discussion: Bloomberg
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Jennifer Maloney / Wall Street Journal:
Biden Administration Targets Removal of Most Nicotine From Cigarettes
Discussion: Washington Post and The Daily Wire
Glenn Thrush / New York Times:
The U.S. attorney general visits Ukraine and names a veteran prosecutor to help investigate Russian war crimes.  —  WASHINGTON — The United States attorney general, Merrick B. Garland, made a surprise trip to Ukraine on Tuesday and announced the appointment of a veteran prosecutor known …
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Jason Karaian / New York Times:   The Russian ruble keeps rising, hitting a seven-year high.
U.S. Department of Justice:
Attorney General Merrick B. Garland Visits Ukraine, Reaffirms U.S. Commitment to Help Identify, Apprehend, and Prosecute Individuals Involved in War Crimes and Atrocities
Amy Gardner / Washington Post:
Election workers describe ‘hateful’ threats after Trump's false claims  —  Shaye Moss's life forever changed on Dec. 10, 2020, when Rudy Giuliani, then President Donald Trump's top campaign lawyer, publicly claimed that she and her mother, a fellow poll worker in Fulton County, Ga., had rigged the outcome in her state.
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Martin Pengelly / The Guardian:
'There's nowhere I feel safe': Georgia elections workers describe how Trump upended their lives
Discussion: HuffPost and The 19th
Tom Lawrence / The Daily Beast:
Killer South Dakota Attorney General Ousted and Banned From Office  —  After he ran over a man, the top law-enforcement official in the state was in trouble.  Now he's out of a job.  —  Jason Ravnsborg, the South Dakota attorney general who ran over and killed a man on a highway in 2020 …
David Gilbert / VICE:
American Grifters: Meet the MAGA Army Profiting Off Trump's Election Lies  —  A shadow army of grifters and hucksters is working tirelessly to substantiate his unfounded claims about election fraud—and make a few bucks doing it.  —  David Gilbert  —  The House select committee investigating …
Discussion: Raw Story
 
 
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Ximena Bustillo / NPR:
School meal waivers expire in 9 days. After axing them, Congress may try to save them
Clyde McGrady / Washington Post:
A Black Republican tries to bring in Black voters to the GOP
Matthew Hinton / ABC News:
Louisiana governor signs abortion bills imposing criminal penalties on providers
Discussion: HuffPost and Jezebel
Brooke Migdon / The Hill:
Hawaii governor signs transgender protections into law
Discussion: Townhall
 Earlier Items: 
Kara Scannell / CNN:
Justice Department to drop 31 remaining fraud charges against Michael Avenatti following guilty plea
Discussion: Political Wire and Just The News
Matthew Cunningham-Cook / The Lever:
Biden Taps Anti-Social Security Ideologue To Oversee Program
Tim Graham / Newsbusters:
Colbert Spins Staff Arrests by Capitol Police as ‘First-Degree Puppetry,’ Blames 'Putin's Puppet'
ProPublica:
Meet the Billionaire and Rising GOP Mega-Donor Who's Gaming the Tax System
Discussion: Truthout
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Supreme Court says Maine cannot deny tuition aid to religious schools