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Jon Stewart highlighted the big confrontation this week in Congress — when Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) proudly messed with Texas.

Larry Wilmore hosted a panel of The Nightly Show, on the issues and challenges surrounding modern black fatherhood.

David Letterman showed off the latest books from the likes of Chris Christie, Marshawn Lynch, Bill O’Reilly, and more.

Jeff Bridges appeared with Jimmy Kimmel, and the two of them discussed how they’ve dealt with anxiety problems.

And on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon staged a special reunion of the 1990’s teen sitcom Saved By The Bell.

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Ivanka Trump told the House Select Committee investigating the violent January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol that she accepted former Attorney General William P. Barr’s assertions that her father’s stolen election claims are “bullshit.”

But the New York Times revealed on Tuesday that for more than a month after the election, Trump’s fruitless legal crusade to overturn the 2020 election results had his eldest daughter’s complete and total backing. Per the Times, Ivanka told a documentary film crew in mid-December 2020 that she wanted Trump to “continue to fight until every legal remedy is exhausted” because “a lot of Americans” were supposedly questioning “the sanctity of our elections.”

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Georgia election worker Wandrea “Shaye” Moss was collateral damage in Fox News’ campaign to prop up Donald Trump’s false claims of election fraud following the 2020 presidential election.

In December 2020, the network’s prime-time hosts and “straight news” personnel alike baselessly suggested that Moss and her mother and fellow election worker, Ruby Freeman, had participated in a fraud scheme. The Fox personalities don’t seem to regret their actions: After Moss described the impact those conspiracy theories had on her life to the January 6 House select committee on Tuesday, the network devoted all of 14 seconds to her testimony.

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