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  • Mitch McConnell clarifies national abortion ban comments

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  • Norman Mineta, first Asian American Cabinet secretary, dies at 90

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  • The first anti-slavery newspaper returns, unafraid of America’s past

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  • What does a post-Roe America look like?

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  • How will the abortion debate play out in the midterms?

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  • Democrats race to save Roe v. Wade

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Could Cohen’s claims lead to Trump’s impeachment?

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd and NBC’s justice correspondent Pete Williams join TODAY to weigh in on the potential legal and political fallout President Trump faces after former campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s guilty verdicts and former lawyer Michael Cohen’s guilty plea as well as his implication of the president. “One thing to remember, these are things that happened before the president was the president,” Williams said. “Can you impeach someone for something they did before they became a public official? Who knows.”