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  • North Carolina’s Attorney General responds to Trump’s suggestion voters should vote twice in November

    05:47
  • Sen. Manchin: lawlessness in the U.S. is happening “on Donald Trump’s Watch”

    09:07
  • Franken on President Trump: 'he really is disturbing.'

    09:51
  • Businesses owned by Black women were thriving, then the pandemic hit

    04:17
  • Kasie DC signs off the air, but not before sharing the best moments from the show

    04:04
  • Jon Meacham in his own words about the importance of voting

    03:52
  • Howard Bryant calls NBA protest ‘unprecedented’

    04:54
  • Boston Mayor on reopening schools: Cities and states ‘are on their own on this’

    05:46
  • Clyburn joins Pelosi’s call for Scalise to take down video Twitter flagged as ‘manipulated’

    09:23
  • Inside the SheCession: Childcare workers feel squeeze as Covid costs rise, enrollment shrinks

    04:35
  • Sen. Stabenow: Trump ‘wants the violence’

    07:42
  • Rep. Thompson: ‘Violence is not a Democratic issue. It’s not a Republican issue. It’s an American issue.’

    08:09
  • Weld says he will vote for Biden, Sanford not sure yet

    07:21
  • Kasie fact-checks President Trump’s 2016 RNC speech promises

    03:24
  • Rep. Kinzinger: ‘I’ll vote for President Trump’

    05:23
  • Gidley: Trump campaign ‘absolutely’ disavows QAnon

    06:45
  • In secretly recorded audio, President Trump’s sister says ‘Donald is out for Donald. Period.’

    05:32
  • Rep. Maloney: USPS reaction to House bill has ‘nothing to do with reality’

    05:32
  • DNC Chair: Unity is ‘our greatest strength and it's Donald Trump's worst nightmare’

    06:02
  • Fmr. Rep Hill: No plans to run for office, but ‘Literally everything has been exposed, including my naked pictures, not through my choice’

    05:31

Rep. Hayes questions ‘non-educator’ Betsy DeVos’ role in school reopening decisions

05:20

Rep. Jahana Hayes (D-CT), a former national teacher of the year, tells NBC’s Kasie Hunt that she hopes Education Secretary Betsy DeVos defers to “the people who know best” as the Trump administration pushes for schools to reopen this fall.