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Presented by Uber BY NIALL STANAGE Former President Trump?s desperate efforts to cast doubt on the

[View in your browser]( [The Hill Tipsheet]( [Facebook]( [Twitter]( [LinkedIn]( [Email]( Presented by Uber [The Memo: Trump's Arizona embarrassment sharpens questions for GOP]( BY NIALL STANAGE Former President Trump’s desperate efforts to cast doubt on the result of the 2020 election are having detrimental effects on his party, according even to some former allies. Trump suffered an embarrassment on Friday when the so-called audit of votes in Arizona’s Maricopa County, backed by supporters of the former president, in effect affirmed that the results were legitimate. In fact, the audit — carried out by the Cyber Ninjas group — indicated that President Biden’s margin of victory in the state’s most populous county was actually slightly wider than first recorded. [Read the full story here]( [Five takeaways from Arizona's audit results]( BY REID WILSON The Arizona Senate on Friday heard testimony from the firm it hired to conduct a so-called audit of more than 2 million votes cast in Maricopa County during the 2020 elections, the latest in a cavalcade of election disinformation spread at the behest of former President Trump. [Read the full story here]( A MESSAGE FROM UBER Meet Fallon. Delivering with Uber Eats helps her pay for college. Fallon chooses Uber because, unlike most other gigs, she can control her hours and spend more time focusing on her future. Similar to Fallon, 86% of drivers need flexibility in order to drive. [Watch her story](. [Pelosi: Bipartisan infrastructure vote will happen Monday]( BY MIKE LILLIS House Democrats will honor their commitment to moderates and vote early next week on a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Friday. [Read the full story here]( [Biden does not plan to shield Trump docs in Jan. 6 probe]( BY MORGAN CHALFANT President Biden has determined that he does not plan to assert executive privilege to shield Trump-era documents sought by the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday. [Read the full story here]( [Mayorkas defends Biden policies on migrants in tense White House briefing]( BY BRETT SAMUELS AND REBECCA BEITSCH Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas at a tense White House briefing on Friday defended the Biden administration's policies on immigration as moral, arguing its deportations of Haitians and others found to have illegally crossed the border are neither immoral nor unethical. [Read the full story here]( [Greene heckles Democrats and they fire back on Capitol steps]( BY SCOTT WONG Conservative Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) heckled House Democrats on the steps of the Capitol on Friday, leading to several heated verbal altercations with veteran Democrats that were in full view of the assembled media. [Read the full story here]( [House passes bill to ensure abortion access in response to Texas law]( BY CRISTINA MARCOS The House passed legislation on Friday to ensure nationwide access to abortion after the Supreme Court earlier this month declined to block a Texas law that bans the procedure in nearly all cases. [Read the full story here]( A MESSAGE FROM UBER Meet Fallon. Delivering with Uber Eats helps her pay for college. Fallon chooses Uber because, unlike most other gigs, she can control her hours and spend more time focusing on her future. Similar to Fallon, 86% of drivers need flexibility in order to drive. [Watch her story](. [US boosters or vaccinate the world?]( BY DR. ASHISH K. JHA OPINION | There are difficult choices ahead over where and how to allocate vaccine doses in the months to come, but we can choose to both protect vulnerable Americans and pursue global vaccination as quickly as possible. [Read the full story here]( [Biden legally could let Haitian migrants in — and let them work — but should he?]( BY NOLAN RAPPAPORT OPINION | Biden’s immigration enforcement and border security policies have created a crisis at the border, which adds to the pressures he is facing to help the Haitians instead of sending them back to Haiti. [Read the full story here]( [Facebook]( [Twitter]( [LinkedIn]( [Email]( Did a friend forward you this email? [Sign up for The Hill Tipsheet]( [Forward this Tipsheet]( [THE HILL]( [Privacy Policy]( | [Manage Subscriptions]( | [Unsubscribe]( | [Email to a friend]( | [Sign Up for Other Newsletters]( The Hill 1625 K Street, NW 9th Floor, Washington DC 20006 ©2021 Capitol Hill Publishing Corp., a subsidiary of News Communications, Inc. [Link](

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