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Report: US too dependent on foreign suppliers in crisis

Former Gov. Tom Ridge, CNBC’s Brian Sullivan and Time Magazine’s Mark Halperin talks about the foreign supply change for the U.S. and how it puts the country at risk. Ridge explains why the U.S. needs to become “more grounded in competitive manufacturing.”