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  • Sen. Menendez: Putin 'should understand' there's 'overwhelming bipartisan support for Ukraine'

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Georgia GOP's primary fight could help Stacey Abrams

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Former Republican Senator David Perdue gained Trump’s endorsement after launching a primary challenge against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. Lauren Groh-Wargo joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss how this infighting could help Stacey Abrams in her campaign for governor in 2022 by focusing on helping Georgians while Republicans “brawl about who’s more cozying up to Donald Trump.”