PBS NewsHour full episode, November 7, 2018

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, Jeff Sessions is fired from his role as attorney general. We examine what that means for the future of the special counsel’s investigation into President Trump. Also: The midterm election creates a new balance of power in Congress and exposes deep divides in our nation.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
How will Jeff Sessions’ ouster affect the Mueller probe?

Trump suggests opening for bipartisanship — with a warning

Trump calls question about nationalism ‘racist’

Conway touts ‘Trump bump’ for GOP, defends ‘nationalism’

Midterm wins, losses and potential future political stars

Here’s who showed up to the polls and how they voted

Polis: Election win ‘important closure’ for LGBTQ Coloradans

Why these key Florida and Georgia races haven’t been called

News wrap: Trump and Putin won’t hold summit in Paris