Capitol Report (Nov. 23): White House Provides Thanksgiving Day Talking Points; Member of Congress Under Investigation

The White House has a cheat sheet for you in case you’re talking politics at Thanksgiving dinner. What’s on its list, and why is it drawing backlash from Republicans?

A border policy is ending soon, making it harder for Border Patrol to expel illegal immigrants. What’s the impact? And what policies could fill the void? We’ll hear from an immigration policy director.

Election trouble continues to unfold in Arizona. The founder of an election security group joins us to discuss the ongoing issues in Arizona and what concerns are popping up.

A House representative is under review for an ethics breach. The House Committee on Ethics is alleging she solicited invitations to the expensive New York Met Gala.

The Senate will soon debate on codifying same-sex marriage at the federal level. A researcher from the Heritage Foundation joins us to explore what the implications are for religious liberty.

We have more updates on the shooting in Virginia Tuesday night. It appears a Walmart manager opened fire at his colleagues, killing six of them.


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