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MSNBC 19 Nov 2020

Sen. Van Hollen: 'The Senate Should Be Working Around The Clock' On COVID Relief

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Senator Van Hollen (D-MD) joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss Pompeo's visit to the occupied West Bank and work on a COVID relief bill. Sen. Van Hollen says "My view is that we should attach the emergency COVID-19 response bill to [government funding] so that we can all come together, one vote, keep the government open, but also provide this vital relief." Aired on 11/19/2020.


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