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    President Biden and first lady set to visit Buffalo

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  • Buffalo victim advocated for stricter gun laws

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  • Meacham: I do think there's hope; without hope we should just close down the republic

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  • Joe on shootings: Fear is used by media moguls, tyrants to target most emotionally fragile

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  • Rev. Al: We shouldn't be surprised by this hate, but the question is what will we do about it?

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  • President Biden and first lady to visit Buffalo following shooting

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    05:51
  • Israeli police clash with mourners a funeral procession for journalist

    03:39
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    09:45
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  • 'Completely inexcusable': Senator criticizes Rand Paul's blocking of Ukraine aid

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Secretary of State: My strong hope is Russia will take the path of diplomacy and dialogue

12:08

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Morning Joe to discuss new reports of U.S. diplomats struck with suspected 'Havana Syndrome' and why he says those responsible will suffer 'severe consequences.' Blinken also discusses where talks stand between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine.