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Now that we're on the other side of James Comey's highly-anticipated testimony, here's what could come next:

Kasowitz filing against Comey: Trump's personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz intends to file a complaint with the DOJ & Senate Judiciary Committee about Comey leaking information to his friend, who is a professor at Columbia Law School. Yesterday, Kasowitz said in a statement that the White House considers Comey a "leaker" and they want authorities to investigate the leak "along with all those others being [investigated]."

Closer look at AG Jeff Sessions: In a closed, classified hearing following his testimony, Comey suggested that Sessions may have had a third interaction with Russia's ambassador to the U.S. The revelations could lead to a request for Sessions to testify before the intelligence committee about his ties to Russia, and Senator Blumenthal stated that it could be an act of perjury.

Did Trump obstruct justice? Comey revealed in the hearing that he had given Special Counsel Robert Mueller copies of his conversations with Trump which, as the NYT points out, could suggest investigators may be looking into whether Trump's firing of Comey was an obstruction of justice.

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Amy Coney Barrett's immediate impact

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In her first week on the job, Amy Coney Barrett may be deciding which votes to count in the presidential election. By her third week, she’ll be deciding the fate of the Affordable Care Act.

Where it stands: The Senate votes on Barrett’s nomination tomorrow. If she’s confirmed, Chief Justice John Roberts is expected to swear her in at the Supreme Court within hours, an administration official tells Axios.

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The Biden campaign is rebuffing persistent pleas from Texas Democrats to spend at least $10 million in the Lone Star state, several people familiar with the talks tell Axios.

Why it matters: If Texas — which has 38 electoral votes and is steadily getting more blue, but hasn't backed a Democrat for president since 1976 — flipped to the Biden column, it would be game over. But the RealClearPolitics polling average stubbornly hovers at +2.6 for Trump — and Team Biden appears more focused on closer targets.

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Election night in Trumpworld

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A luxe election-night watch party at the Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue is being planned for President Trump's donors, friends and advisers — but Trump's hand in it is minimal because he's "very superstitious" — people familiar with the plans tell Axios.

The big picture: This "mecca for all things MAGA," as one adviser described it, is one of three hubs where they say Trumpworld will watch returns. The others are the war room at campaign HQ in Rosslyn, Virginia, and the White House residence, where Trump and the first lady will gather close family and advisers before heading to the hotel later that night, the sources said.