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Reid: Black or brown people acutely feel the danger of Donald Trump

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MSNBC's Joy Reid talks about why voters of color are factoring in different considerations as they decide on a candidate to support., and why Mayor Pete Buttigieg might be doing poorly with black voters. "There is no conversation of interest to talk about uniting, to be blunt, with the party that has given up not just its moral standing, but its soul, to the person who is president of the United States right now."