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After defeating Trump, Dems go big because they can

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After winning a battle for a massive coronavirus relief bill, President Biden and Democrats in Congress are eyeing more spending by taxing the ultra-wealthy and possibly ending Sen. Mitch McConnell's key tool for obstruction. Famed Democratic strategist James Carville explains why this is the moment for such big thinking -- and he rebuts critics and pundits who "rewrite" the history of the Clinton era when he argues a different strategy was needed, in this interview with MSNBC’s Ari Melber.