Carolyn Maloney

DHS Watchdog Refuses to Recuse Himself From Missing Jan. 6 Texts Investigation
UNITED STATES - JUNE 6: Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., speaks during a news conference at the House Triangle on the need to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment on June 6, 2018. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call) Maloney Says Her Remark About Biden Not Running Again Was Just Her ‘Personal Belief’
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This is your TPM evening briefing.

If we’ve learned anything about the former president, we know that accountability for his various wrongdoings are often a far-off pipe dream. He tends to find various loopholes to endlessly delay legal proceedings or politically squirm his way out of repercussions.

But today there were two bits of news that suggest he might soon have to answer for at least a fraction of his alleged financial misconduct over the years.

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