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MSNBC 28 Sep 2020

Sen. Van Hollen: Barrett 'Should Recuse Herself' From Any Split Decision On Election Results

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Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the upcoming debate between Joe Biden and President Trump as well as fallout over the New York Times reporting on the president's tax returns - on which he criticizes the president for paying less than the average American. He also addresses Amy Coney Barrett's pending Supreme Court nomination, saying that "she should recuse herself" from any 4-4 decision that affects the election results, if she is serving on the court, as he says it presents a "total conflict of interest." Aired on 9/28/2020.


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