Former President Trump Wins Big In South Carolina As Nikki Haley Vows To Continue Campaign

Former President Trump scored a decisive victory over former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley in her home state’s primary this weekend. Despite the 20-point loss, Haley has vowed to continue her campaign against President Trump, citing the need for younger leadership in government. This while the Senate must conduct the impeachment trial of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and the House Oversight Committee continues its ongoing investigation into the Biden family. South Carolina Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC-1) joins the Rundown to discuss why she believes it is time for the GOP to unite behind former President Trump, where she sees the Biden investigation heading, and talks about the challenges Republicans face with such a narrow House majority.

Surveys estimate that nearly 77 million Americans have a criminal record. Essentially, 1 in every 3 adults has experienced an arrest, conviction, or incarceration. Once folks have served their time and are released, the barriers to re-entering society, like gaining steady employment or affordable housing, can prove extremely difficult. In many states, their criminal record even disqualifies individuals from many opportunities. Vice President at Prison Fellowship Kate Trammell says that there are about 44,000 restrictive federal laws that punish people who have served prison sentences. On the podcast, she explains how reforming these laws will lead to lower crime and better criminal rehabilitation.

Plus, commentary from Co-Host of The Five, and Democratic Strategist Jessica Tarlov.

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