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‘VEEP’ star brings campaign to real life

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New Hampshire’s own Jonah Ryan, one of the most loathed characters in the hit HBO series “VEEP,” has brought his fictional run for Congress to real life. Mika Brzezinski and Kasie Hunt joke about his full page ad in a local paper and a cringeworthy TV ad.