Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines is rampant in the U.S. Pollster Frank Luntz and Don discuss how to battle misconceptions and how to convince more Trump supporters to get vaccinated.
New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Ross Douthat discusses his view on the flaws of critical race theory and why he thinks it's so controversial.
General Mark Milley fought to stop Trump from launching a strike on Iran during his presidency. CNN Global Affairs Analyst Susan Glasser joins to explain the conflict between the two, especially after a new book reveals that Milley was one of the generals who feared Trump would attempt a coup after his election loss.
Professor of History at New York University, Ruth Ben-Ghiat said in a 2017 article that a potential for a coup was very real. She joins to share what made her see the potential for this scenario.
Millions of families are receiving the first payment of the expanded child tax credit. CNN White House Correspondent John Harwood and CNN Economics Commentator Catherine Rampell join to discuss.
After they left Texas to block restrictive new voting laws, Sen. Joe Manchin met with Texas Democrats to discuss the path forward for a federal voting rights bill. Texas State House Representative Victoria Neave shares details from the meeting and her expectations for the future.
Finally, CNN National Correspondent Sarah Sidner reports on California’s track for the worst fire season on record.
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