Sen. Cory Booker On The DNC's Racial Justice Message, COVID-19
The Democratic National Convention kicked off with a unity appeal — from the far left of the party to Republican politicians who support the Biden-Harris ticket.
We check in with Sen. Cory Booker, who once ran against Joe Biden for president, about the party’s message on racial justice, the pandemic and President Trump.
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