MSNBC 12 Oct 2020

Here Are Some Of The People Trying To Help Trump Sabotage The Election


"Remember those names," Chris Hayes says of Trump operatives Justin Clark, Matthew Morgan, Michael Roman, and Robert Paduchik. "These are the people trying to make it harder to vote. These are the people trying to blur the lines between legitimate pursuit of a campaign's legal interests in courts, and a full-fledged assault on the basic principles of free and fair elections." Aired on 10/12/2020

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