Gunned Down At Baseball Practice

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Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images News / Getty Images

Three very strange things happened this week: the Attorney General testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee; the Cabinet lavished praise on the President in a public meeting; and a man fired shots at Congressional Republicans during their baseball practice in what we've learned was a politically-motivated act of violence. 

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We talk about Attorney General Jeff Sessions's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Summary: he doesn't remember much

We also discuss the Cabinet meeting, during which Reince Preibus said the group is blessed to work for President Trump, and President Trump said that the administration is the most accomplished in history. 

Finally, we talk about the horrifying attempt to kill Congressional Republicans, our immediate reactions, and the aftermath of the discussion.