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Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer behind the "Steele Dossier" that claimed Russian officials held compromising information on former President Donald Trump, defended the claims made in the dossier, despite its existence never having been proven, in an interview with…

Former President Donald Trump will sit for a video deposition in a case involving an alleged assault during a 2015 demonstration outside of Trump Tower. CNN's Kara Scannell and Laura Coates discuss what prosecutors may focus on.

"This is such an important beat, democracy," Robert Costa says. "It's not just red versus blue any more... you have to see how power is being used, not just in the halls of the Capitol, but outside." Costa adds, "More reporting is always the answer."

Brian Stelter asks Jen Senko, the creator of a film and book titled "The Brainwashing of My Dad," about anti-vaccine propaganda's impacts on listeners. Plus, Oliver Darcy asserts that Fox's coverage is "like a firehose of anti-vax rhetoric."

Brian Stelter says Katie Couric's decision to "protect" Ruth Bader Ginsburg by cutting some of the late justice's remarks about anthem protests contributes to a lack of trust in media. "The best disinfectant is sunlight," so transparency should rule, Robert Costa adds.

Brian Stelter asks Robert Costa about complaints from top Democrats about the media's coverage of the Build Back Better act. Making policy news "accessible" is "a challenge for the media every day," Costa says, but reporters serve the needs of the public, not individual politicians.

Marc Elias, a leading Democratic voting rights attorney, says threats to democracy should be a daily story: "Treat it like we treat other major stores that pose existential risks to the country by covering it every day in a clear pro-democracy slant."

A year after she resigned from The New York Times blasting them for an 'llliberal environment,' Bari Weiss is building a new audience on Substack that she says allows people to have private conversations that occur on social media in public.

Washington Post global economics correspondent David Lynch explains why the US supply chain is so backed up and says the "original sin" that kicked off this crisis was a change in American consumption habits during the pandemic.