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Biden chief of staff implores Congress to fund vaccine roll out before Biden takes office

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Ron Klain, chief of staff to President-elect Joe Biden, talks with Rachel Maddow about the things that can still be done to slow the spread of the coronavirus while Americans wait for the vaccine to be distributed more widely, and calls on Congress to fund the very challenging work of coordinating the vaccine's distribution.

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