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    Jim Messina: Nomination to fill Breyer’s seat will be ‘more political’ than ‘most Supreme Court picks’

    03:01
  • Beschloss: Breyer is the ‘incarnation of what the founders wanted’ for Supreme Court justices

    04:40
  • Senator Hirono: ‘Significant decision’ by Biden to nominate a Black woman

    08:50
  • Larry Summers: ‘We're likely to require higher interest rates than the Fed now foresees’

    05:56
  • Jon Meacham: I hope the process to replace Breyer ‘has a certain kind of gravity’

    06:26
  • Why Breyer's retirement could be exactly the political win Biden needs

    05:24
  • Melber: Everyone remembers McConnell's hijacking of Obama's SCOTUS pick. Biden can plan.

    01:02
  • Who will Biden appoint to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer?

    02:32
  • Who will Biden appoint to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer?

    02:32
  • Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire

    03:09
  • Democrats weigh best approach to work with Manchin & Sinema with agenda on the line

    04:56
  • Fmr. Def. Secy. Cohen: Russia is trying to ‘drive the United States out of Europe’

    08:37
  • Rep. Quigley: Standing with Ukraine is ‘the right thing to do’

    04:38
  • Carl Bernstein: Local papers ‘help keep the social fabric & a social compact in our towns and cities’

    06:19
  • Dr. Offit: Hospitalized children over 5 are ‘invariably not vaccinated, nor are their parents’

    04:28
  • Michael Crowley: Germany and France ‘stand to lose a lot from an economic war with Russia’

    07:35
  • U.S., Russia keep diplomatic options open as invasion threat looms

    11:45
  • Cecile Richards: Roe decision ‘radically changed opportunities’ for women

    05:09
  • Biden faces ‘difficult’ year two with control of Congress, democracy on the line

    07:58
  • ‘Putin may see some opening’ ahead of Blinken-Lavrov meeting

    01:12

Chris Lu: It's 'absurd' to bail out large corporations but not state and local governments

00:39

Andrea Mitchell is joined by Chris Lu, a former Deputy Labor Secretary, who responds to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's suggestion that state and local governments go bankrupt in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, saying that it's "not a way to thank people on front lines of this crisis."