Lawmakers in Washington question President Trump's response
CBSN - Sunday, 13 August 2017 (1 week ago)
Was the President's condemnation enough? Many GOP leaders are questioning President Trump's response to the deadly protest in Charlottesville. Arizona Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego joins CBSN to explain what he thinks President Trump could have done differently.
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