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President Joe Biden's Address on National Security #1279936

CNN Special for Monday, Dec 28, 2020

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CNN coverage of President-elect Joe Biden's address from Wilmington, Delaware, on the suicide bombing in Nashville, Tennessee, and on the irresponsibilty of President Trump's administration, especially the Defense Department, in setting up roadblocks for the transition of power in areas of national security, foreign policy, climate change and the need for full visibility into government agencies;' to re-imagine our defenses and rebuild foreign policy to end the vacuum in leadership. 
Following the speech, CNN anchor Jake Taper is joined by CNN Political Correspondent M.J. Lee, Political Analysts Jackie Kucinich and Ron Brownstein, and former CIA counterterrorism official, Phillip Mudd to discuss the President-Elect's speech."
Duration:
00:22:23

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