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Mitt Romney on today's Republican Party

The Utah Senator and one-time GOP presidential nominee today says he is no longer at home within a Republican Party dominated by Donald Trump. Mitt Romney talks with CBS News' Norah O'Donnell about why he feels a large portion of his party doesn't believe in the Constitution, and about his reaction to the violence of January 6. He also discusses the example set by his father, George Romney, a former governor of Michigan; and revelations from McKay Coppins' new biography, "Romney: A Reckoning."


Hunter Biden case and political fallout

President Biden is wrapping up an intense week. In just the past few days, House Republicans announced an impeachment inquiry and his son, Hunter, was indicted on gun charges. Ashley Etienne, a CBS News political contributor and former communications director for Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Leslie Sanchez, a CBS News political analyst and Republican strategist, joined CBS News to discuss these stories and more political news.


Will Utah's Great Salt Lake disappear?

Utah's Great Salt Lake has been in decline, owing to climate change, drought, and over-use of water resources, and is now one-third the size it was in the 1980s. A new scientific report warns that, without dramatic and immediate cuts in water consumption, the lake could vanish in just five years. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Sen. Mitt Romney, who co-sponsored a bill studying the lake's problems, and with experts who say aggressive action is needed.


Ivanka Trump testifies before Jan. 6 committee

Ivanka Trump testified before the January 6 committee, and former Trump legal advisor John Eastman turned over emails the committee had sought. All that plus the latest on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's Supreme Court nomination as she inches closer to the highest court. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane and CBS News political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns join "Red & Blue" to discuss that and much more from Capitol Hill.

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