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Peter Navarro, who served as U.S. then-President Donald Trump's trade adviser, talks to the media before turning himself in at a federal correctional institution to begin his prison sentence for defying a subpoena from a panel that investigated the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, in Miami, Florida, U.S.

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4: Peter Navarro, a former adviser to Donald Trump, has been sentenced to a four-month prison sentence for refusing to comply with a Congressional subpoena from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack. Navarro was deeply involved in Trump’s attempts to overturn his 2020 presidential election loss in the run-up to Jan. 6. Before surrendering, Navarro held a press conference claiming political persecution and maintaining he had “executive privilege” regarding his conversations with Trump.
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Fox-Dominion settlement won't change US politics
Fox-Dominion settlement won't change US politics | World In :60 | GZERO Media

Fox-Dominion settlement won't change US politics

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week on World In :60.

How will the Fox-Dominion settlement play into GOP politics ahead of 2024?

Honestly, not at all. It's a really big settlement, almost a billion dollars. And Fox basically is admitting that they posted a lot of disinformation, but it's not changing Fox's position as having the most watched of the cable news programs. It's not changing them from, after a couple of years of having a soft ban of Donald Trump, they're now regularly interviewing him and they will continue to, especially assuming he gets the Republican nomination. So I think that the continued erosion of US political institutions, particularly in the media space and the polarization, is going to continue apace. That is where we are. Kind of like January 6th, not a big enough crisis to have much of an impact.

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