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'The world is watching us': Secy. Blinken speaks as he arrives at the State Department

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke to State Department workers and staff as he arrived for his first day in his new role. "The world is watching us intently right now," he said, "they want to know if we can heal our nation."