On Friday, Bret gives updates on Capitol Hill starting with President Trump doing damage control on a accusations speaking that he made racist remarks in a closed, bipartisan meeting about immigration. A report has surfaced that the Russian hackers that once targeted the Democratic party are going after the U.S. Senate ahead of mid-terms. Lastly, Bret shares a covers the latest developments, or lack thereof, with the California high speed rail project.



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