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Don Lemon Tonight brings in-depth analysis of the day's top news stories, and Don’s take on the stories that will get you talking.

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Don Lemon Tonight brings in-depth analysis of the day's top news stories, and Don’s take on the stories that will get you talking.

    Shocking first-hand account of Trump’s actions on January 6 revealed

    Shocking first-hand account of Trump’s actions on January 6 revealed

    Former aide to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Cassidy Hutchinson, testifies before the Select Committee, saying Trump knew the crowd had weapons and body armor when he told them to march to the US Capitol, and that Meadows told her Trump’s reaction to the “hang Mike Pence” chant was “He thinks Mike deserves it”. That, and much more.

    Plus, the January 6 Committee teases it has evidence of witness tampering, Trump wanted to consider pardons for rioters, and CNN projects Pam Anderson will win the Colorado Secretary of State GOP nomination against election deniers Tina Peters and Mike O’Donnell.

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    • 1 hr 17 min
    Surprise select committee hearing scheduled for mystery witness

    Surprise select committee hearing scheduled for mystery witness

    The January 6 Committee rushes to add an additional hearing for Tuesday afternoon but refuses to say who is testifying, as a source tells CNN the committee is concerned about the security of a potential witness. Who could it be? Meanwhile, the DOJ's investigation heats up as John Eastman, the lawyer who told Trump that Mike Pence could single-handedly block certification of the election, says the FBI seized his phone and got access to his e-mail account.

    Plus, Colorado voters got to the polls tomorrow with two election deniers on the ballot, multiple states move quickly to ban abortions after Roe over is overturned and 46 migrants are found dead inside a semi-truck in Texas.

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    • 1 hr 22 min
    Protests across US as Roe v. Wade overturned

    Protests across US as Roe v. Wade overturned

    At least 70 planned protests begin across the US with thousands of Americans taking to the streets in the wake of SCOTUS overturning Roe v. Wade. That, as justice Clarence Thomas says the Court’s decision on same-sex marriage should be revisited. Congresses passes its bipartisan gun safety bill, closing the so called “boyfriend loophole” and bolstering the review process for 18 to 21-year olds buying guns.

    Plus, several states move quickly to ban abortion after the SCOTUS ruling with more expected follow, Rudy Giuliani faces scrutiny in the Fulton County district attorney’s investigation into Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia, and “Stop the Steal” leader Ali Alexander testifies before a federal grand jury.

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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Behind-the-scenes film of Trump family during Capitol riot revealed

    Behind-the-scenes film of Trump family during Capitol riot revealed

    Alex Holder is a filmmaker who got behind-the-scenes access to the Trump family and their allies, before, during and after the insurrection. He tells Don about testifying behind closed doors to the Select Committee on his footage, some of which shows inconstancies in Ivanka Trump’s previous statements, what he saw on January 6, and why he believes Donald Trump is partly to blame for the attack on the Capitol.

    The January 6 Committee hears witness testimony about how Trump, in collusion with Jeffrey Clark, tried to manipulate the DOJ to stay in power, with Trump only backing down after being told he was about to cause a mass walk-out that would reflect badly on him. Plus, the Senate passes its first major federal gun safety legislation in decades, and the GOP allies of Trump who pushed the election fraud lie and then sought presidential pardons.

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    • 1 hr 26 min
    Texas official: police could have stopped Uvalde gunman in three minutes

    Texas official: police could have stopped Uvalde gunman in three minutes

    Uvalde school police chief Pete Arredondo is placed on administrative leave, with the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Director saying police could have stopped the gunman in three minutes, not the 77 it tragically took. That, as Uvalde City Council unanimously votes to deny Arredondo a leave of absence from its future meetings. Uvalde resident Kim Hammond was at the meeting where the vote was taken and tells Don how she pushed for council members to “Do the right thing”.

    The DOJ expands its investigation into Trump’s fake elector scheme, issuing subpoenas to Republicans across the country and the House Select Committee is forced to change its public hearing plans following a “deluge of new evidence”, including the trailer for “Unprecedented”, a documentary about the Trump family leading up to and also immediately following the former president’s election loss. Plus, Biden calls for a 3-month gas tax holiday, and the NFL commissioner testifies to Congress on the “Toxic workplace “ at the Washington Commanders team.

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    • 39 min
    January 6 Hearings Highlight Consequences of Trump's Lies

    January 6 Hearings Highlight Consequences of Trump's Lies

    The January 6 hearings are underway, with government employees testifying that Trump’s lies and smear campaigns in the wake of the attack on the Capital had serious consequences. Election worker Shaye Moss shares racist and violent threats she’s received, and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger describes the invasive harassment his family has endured. GOP officials recount Trump’s pressure to overturn votes.

    Plus, the Uvalde mayor accuses the head of the Texan Department of Public Safety of lying about what happened on the day of the shooting, and Goldman Sachs warns of the rising risk of recession.

    The next hearing of the January 6 Committee begins Thursday at 3pm.

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    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

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midwestBlue ,

4.8

nice job...not don lemon of interrupting dalton bennett in the middle of him telling the horrific story of the children in the hospital that were injured in the railway attack today. why did you interrpt him? to let us know you were putting up a photo of a child being carried off to help. you did not need to stop him from the horrific story he was telling. we can see the photo w/o you telling us. god don, timing...learn a better sense of timing but mostly practice not interrupting your guests so much.

MsMeMn ,

Best honest news source!

Even when miss episode of Don Lemon I can listen to it on my podcast! Don cuts through all the drama and “fake news” (aren’t we’re all tired of that phrase”)? Can trust him to report exactly what’s going on! Awesome job Don Lemon! Keep up the good work!

DJinKy ,

Waste of time

This is a terrible way to spend your time. This podcast could be used as torture.

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