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The Source with Kaitlan Collins

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Delay, delay, disqualify The Source with Kaitlan Collins
First: Donald Trump's strategy is unfolding in two different courtrooms: a cliffhanger in the Mar-a-Lago case, and dramatic final arguments in Georgia, where they're trying to get DA Fani Willis kicked off the case  Plus: Drastic measures are planned in Gaza as President Biden says the US military is now prepared to start dropping humanitarian aid from the air to get food, water, and medical supplies to so many who are starving.  And: Alabama lawmakers are rushing to protect IVF couples.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 2, 2024
Special counsel wants a new date for Trump The Source with Kaitlan Collins
First: 24 hours after the Supreme Court hit the brakes on Donald Trump's federal election case, Jack Smith hit the gas on another, proposing a surprising new date for the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case.  Plus: A split-screen plays out on the southern border with dueling visits by the current president and his predecessor.  And: We bring you an exclusive conversation with Senator Bernie Sanders, who had some scathing criticism of Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, calling for an immediate end to the war in Gaza.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mar 1, 2024
Supreme Court to take up historic case of presidential immunity The Source with Kaitlan Collins
The Supreme Court will decide whether Donald Trump is immune from prosecution in the federal election interference case. But, they also may have just played a major role in his legal strategy. We have new reporting on Trump's reaction to it all tonight. Also, our exclusive interview with Senator Mitt Romney, the only Republican senator to vote to convict Trump twice. He'll weigh in on what he believes a second Trump term would mean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 29, 2024
One-on-one with Volodymyr Zelensky The Source with Kaitlan Collins
After an extraordinary 48-hour journey in and out of Ukraine, Kaitlan sits down for a one-on-one interview with President Volodymyr Zelensky on the second anniversary of Putin's invasion of his country. Zelensky spoke candidly about the fight over U.S. aid which he said we so dire that Ukraine will make no new gains on the battlefield this year unless they have help. He also warned that millions of people could die. In Washington, President Biden is set to meet with the leaders of the House and the Senate to review a potential aid package.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 27, 2024
Netanyahu reveals his plans for post-war Gaza The Source with Kaitlan Collins
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled a plan for Gaza’s future, which includes the “complete demilitarization” of the enclave, closing off the territory’s southern border with Egypt, as well as the overhaul of Gaza’s civil administration and education systems. The plan comes after Netanyahu faced weeks of criticism for having no concrete plan for a postwar Gaza. Plus, the U.S. sanctions 500+ Russian targets for the Ukraine war and for the death of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 24, 2024
Navalny’s mom says she’s being pressured to hold secret funeral The Source with Kaitlan Collins
President Biden embraces Alexey Navalny's widow and warns Putin that his punishment is coming tomorrow as Navalny's mother accuses Putin of blackmail over her son's body. Also, a massive outage leaves AT&T customers unable to make and receive calls for hours, including some emergency ones. What happened and why? Plus, a dramatic touchdown as America lands a spacecraft on the moon for the first time in more than 50 years.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 23, 2024
House GOP scrambles to salvage Biden impeachment inquiry The Source with Kaitlan Collins
Republicans finally get a Biden under oath before congress right as their push to impeach the president implodes. Their star witness has been indicted for lying about the Bidens. Also, an uproar over a first of its kind ruling after the Alabama Supreme Court says that frozen embryos are children and destroying them could land you in prison. This ruling could impact fertility treatments for people who want to have a baby.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 22, 2024
One-on-one with Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp The Source with Kaitlan Collins
Donald Trump is responding for the first time after Nikki Haley said that not only is she not dropping out of the 2024 race but that she doesn't fear his retribution either. Also, a one-on-one with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, a key witness in both election interference cases. Also, what he makes of the 2024 race and the district attorney scandal unfolding in his state. Plus, the former FBI informant who's been indicted for lying about the Bidens now says those lies were fed to him by Russian intelligence officials.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 21, 2024
Judge orders Trump to pay nearly $355 in civil fraud trial The Source with Kaitlan Collins
Judgment day for Donald Trump and his wallet as Judge Arthur Engoron leveled Trump and his businesses with a mind-blowing order to pay up to the tune of $355 million plus interest for fraud. The interest could bring the total payment closer to $450 million. The judge found that the Trumps engaged in a years-long scheme to trick banks into thinking that their assets were worth far more than they actually were. Eric and Donald Trump Jr. were both order to pay $4 million each. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 17, 2024
Fulton County DA Willis: “I don’t need anybody to foot my bills” The Source with Kaitlan Collins
Donald Trump will face the first of his four criminal trials on March 25, 2024. All in one courtroom will be adult film star Stormy Daniels, former Donald Trump, and hush money payer Michael Cohen. Plus, in another Trump criminal case, the top prosecutor in Fulton County, Georgia, Fani Willis took the stand in her own defense as Trump and his codefendants are trying to get her thrown off the case.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Feb 16, 2024
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