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Here are the important stories to know for Wednesday, July 12:

1. Donald Trump Jr. released emails about his meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer, who claimed to have dirt on Hillary Clinton.

2. President Trump’s travel ban could be a big roadblock for LA’s bid to host the Olympic Games.

3. Mo Brooks says he’ll read the King James Bible on the Senate floor until Trump’s wall is funded.

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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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