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  • Omicron variant is forcing Biden to put focus on COVID-19, Chuck Todd says

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  • Biden announces plans to combat omicron variant

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  • Congress narrowly approves bill to avoid government shutdown

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  • Trump faces fallout after Mark Meadows makes explosive COVID claims in new book

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  • Supreme court signals willingness to uphold abortion limits in Mississippi case

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  • First omicron case confirmed in United States

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  • Watch Savannah Guthrie press Trump on timeline of COVID-19 diagnosis in 2020 town hall

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  • Mark Meadows now cooperating with Jan. 6 committee

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  • Dr. Oz says he will run for Senate

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  • Chuck Todd: Biden’s problems ‘can’t be solved until COVID is behind us’

    02:02
  • President Biden faces criticism on travel restrictions amid omicron variant

    01:37
  • Rep. Lauren Boebert apologizes to Muslim community for offensive remark

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  • Biden wrapping up Thanksgiving vacation as debt ceiling looms

    02:30
  • President Biden’s physician says polyp was benign

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  • Chuck Todd: How long does it take the Senate to ‘get through the drama?’

    01:42
  • Supreme Court could rule Monday on Texas abortion law

    03:05
  • President Biden transfers power to Kamala Harris during routine physical

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  • President Biden looks to push Build Back Better plan through the Senate

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  • What's next after the House passed $1.7 trillion Build Back Better plan?

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Chris Christie: Nunes recusing himself is ‘a judgment for him to make’

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie joins TODAY live from the White House, where he’s set to lead an new effort to combat opioid abuse. He says that whether House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes recuses himself from the investigation of ties between the Trump campaign is a judgment for Nunes himself to make, and declines to give the Trump administration a letter grade after nine weeks in office.