MSNBC 13 Jan 2021

Friedman: 'This Rotten Republican Party Needs To Fracture'


Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times opinion columnist Thomas Friedman joins to discuss the second impeachment of Donald Trump and his impact on the modern Republican Party. Aired on 01/14/2021.

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President Donald #Trump's departure from the White House January 20, four years after he wrestled control of the #Republican Party, puts the party at a crossroads over its future leadership and direction, with the continued loyalty of tens of millions of ardent Trump supporters an open question. #fracture
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