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With a president who would rather watch TV than receive intelligence briefings, CNN's Brian Stelter helps unpack the symbiotic relationship between Fox News and the White House. Plus, whether Trump's new guidelines for mass deportation of undocumented immigrants are more PR than sound policy, how the term "sanctuary cities" may oversell how much safety is actually provided, and the Supreme Court sheds light on violence at the US border. Also, a former FEC Commissioner explains why the Commission has ceased to function as intended.