Lofgren reacts to Trump’s CPAC poll numbers

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Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), a member of the January 6 House select committee, discusses the possibility of bringing the director of the Secret Services in front of the committee over missing texts from top Trump national security officials, and reacts to former President Donald Trump’s latest poll numbers from CPAC regarding a potential run in 2024.

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