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Yasmin Vossoughian reflects on 2020: 'Life will go on, it’s going to be okay'

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In her weekly segment, #therun, MSNBC’s Yasmin Vossoughian talks about the hardships of the past year, and how her family has navigated 2020. She also reflects on a scary experience on Christmas Eve, and how she’s hopeful for a better 2021.