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NYC Councilman Ritchie Torres poised to become first openly gay Afro-Latino member of Congress

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New York City Council Member Ritchie Torres is likely to win the state's 15th congressional district seat which would make him the first openly gay Afro-Latino member of Congress. MSNBC’S Alicia Menendez speaks with Councilman Torres about the changes he’d like to see in New York, how COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted Black communities and what he looks forward to doing on Capitol Hill if he wins.