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President Biden’s Annual Report Card
CNN Political Briefing

President Biden’s second year in office is coming to a close. In today’s special episode, CNN’s Abby Phillip tackles the highs and lows of Biden’s 2022 – from inflation to Roe v. Wade to the midterm elections. You’ll hear from the president and some of the year’s key players. Plus, what will 2023 look like? Will Biden be announcing a second presidential run?

Dec 29, 2022

Mark Meadows Burned Documents
CNN Political Briefing

The January 6th committee released another batch of witness transcripts from its investigation. CNN’s Abby Phillip explains new details about how Donald Trump’s associates tried to conceal information before and after the insurrection. Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson added even more fuel to the fire in the newly released interviews, testifying that she watched Trump’s chief of staff burn documents in his office fireplace.

Dec 28, 2022

Title 42 will Remain in Effect
CNN Political Briefing

Today the Supreme Court said the Trump-era immigration policy Title 42 will remain in effect while legal challenges play out. CNN’s Abby Phillip explains the measure and what’s happening at the border. Plus, Texas Governor Greg Abbott defends his move to send more migrants to the Vice President’s home.

Dec 27, 2022

Congress Down to the Wire
CNN Political Briefing

The government funding bill made it through a key hurdle today, as Democrats try to push through the last pieces of their agenda before the GOP take over the House. We’re also listening to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s speech to Congress, and taking a closer look at what the Jan. 6 House Select Committee has shared – so far. CNN’s Zachary Wolf breaks down the latest from Capitol Hill, and how both sides of the aisle are handling the transition of power.

Dec 22, 2022

Zelensky’s Visit, Trump’s Tax Returns & More
CNN Political Briefing

As the year winds down, it’s as busy as ever in Washington DC with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky making a surprise visit and Congress working to wrap up its to-do list. CNN’s Zachary Wolf breaks down everything from the latest on the omnibus, to former President Donald Trump’s tax returns. One thing lawmakers failed to do was address immigration, as the fate of a controversial border policy lies with the Supreme Court.

Dec 21, 2022

Breaking Down the Omnibus Bill
CNN Political Briefing

The new omnibus bill dropped early this morning, and it’s a doozy. The bill is more than 4,000 pages and covers $1.7 trillion – but the clock is ticking to pass it before the end of the week. CNN’s Zachary Wolf breaks down all 12 appropriation bills, what made it in, and what got cut.

Dec 20, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Criminally Refers Trump to DOJ
CNN Political Briefing

The January 6 House select committee concluded its final public meeting by voting to refer criminal charges against former President Donald Trump to the Justice Department. CNN’s Zachary Wolf breaks down each crime the panel believes Trump committed, and new testimony the committee obtained.

Dec 19, 2022

Government Shutdown Averted (For Now)
CNN Political Briefing

Congress avoided a government shutdown for at least another week, while lawmakers work to pass an omnibus spending bill. CNN’s Kristen Holmes explains what else lawmakers accomplished and what’s still outstanding. Plus, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has a warning for his caucus and the two Democratic leaders in Congress get candid about 2024.

Dec 16, 2022

Do Voters Want a 2020 Rematch in 2024?
CNN Political Briefing

With the midterms in the rear-view mirror, the 2024 presidential election is full speed ahead. CNN’s Kristen Holmes breaks down a new CNN poll gauging where voters are, how former President Donald Trump’s campaign is going, and what some Republicans are saying about Trump’s bid. Plus, President Joe Biden appears closer to announcing his 2024 plans.

Dec 15, 2022

Behind-the-Scenes of Omnibus Negotiations
CNN Political Briefing

The hard work begins for lawmakers, as they start to write a spending bill that would fund the government for a full year. CNN’s Kristen Holmes explains how Congress got to this point, why a government shutdown isn’t likely, and why House Republicans want to do things differently. Plus, do most Republican voters want former President Donald Trump to be the 2024 GOP presidential nominee?

Dec 14, 2022

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