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Questions Remain As FBI Raids Mar-a-Lago

Questions Remain As FBI Raids Mar-a-Lago

Update: 2022-08-092
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FBI agents executed a search warrant on the Florida home of former president Donald Trump Monday, though it remains unclear what they were looking for. We explore and contextualize the implications of the search, both politically and historically, as Republicans and Democrats alike prepare for the midterm elections this fall.

This episode: voting correspondent Miles Parks, justice correspondent Ryan Lucas, congressional correspondent Deirdre Walsh, and senior political editor & correspondent Domenico Montanaro

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Questions Remain As FBI Raids Mar-a-Lago

Questions Remain As FBI Raids Mar-a-Lago

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