MTP NOW Aug. 12 – FBI Search Warrant Unsealed; FBI Building Attack Details; Inflation Reduction Act

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A federal judge unseals the search warrant from the search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence. The man who fired a nail gun at a FBI building in Cincinnati posted threats online ahead of the attack. The House is expected to pass the Inflation Reduction Act, marking a substantial win for Democrats. Betsy Woodruff Swan, Eugene Robinson and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss legal suspicions around Trump and the odds he becomes the Republican presidential nominee. Evan Mullin runs as an independent against incumbent Sen. Lee (R-Utah) in the Utah Senate race.

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