‘Hot Mic’ podcast: Donald Trump Jr., Sanders investigation, Trump cancels cybersecurity unit

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Here are the important stories to know for Tuesday, July 11:

1. Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer in 2016 who claimed she had damaging information on Hillary Clinton.

2. An FBI investigation into his wife could become a big hurdle for Bernie Sanders if he plans on running for president in 2020.

3. President Donald Trump changed his mind on teaming up with Russia to create a cybersecurity unit.

Direct from Mic’s newsroom, Hot Mic keeps listeners informed with a daily run-down of top stories, breaking news and analysis from our news team.

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Abu Zafar

Abu Zafar is a studio technician and podcast producer at Mic. He is based in New York and can be reached at abu@mic.com.

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