Cory Booker: We Need To Unify This Party | All In | MSNBC

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Senator Cory Booker joins Chris Hayes from the spin room after the Democratic Debate. Booker says that party unity and relationships across the aisle are necessary to get legislation passed. Aired on 10/15/19.
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Cory Booker: We Need To Unify This Party | All In | MSNBC

21 Comments on "Cory Booker: We Need To Unify This Party | All In | MSNBC"

  1. The Democrats must remain laser focused on winning Nov. 2020 so tRump can be removed from office & ideally imprisoned after a quick trial.

  2. Debasish Chatterjee | October 16, 2019 at 2:19 AM | Reply


  3. Bruh, if you had let the ghetto out like three months ago you could have had a shot

  4. Brian Williams getting messy! 😆😅

  5. Rosario Dawson in the back.

  6. The Home Plate Special | October 16, 2019 at 3:10 AM | Reply

    He is certainly the most eloquent and soaring, more than Obama was but is that the best thing to do the job right now. He is still young.

    • Are you kidding me. You need to research the condition of Newark after he was done. The rest of the country will look the same

  7. Cory Booker looks like an evil muppet from Sesame Street

  8. Corey was like,yo were da mens baf room at i needs me some man booty☻

    • You do realize he’s dating Rosario Dawson, right? She’s standing right there. Haters gonna Hate… Hahaha Hahaha Hahaha

  9. Tell that to mitch and lindsey!

  10. The Congress needs to work on uniting ITSELF. The Congress might be populated by 2 separate parties, but it is meant to be one single body. And this one single body, does not work for the President…they work with the President and should be working together to keep the President in check. The problem is, no matter who the President is…Democrat or Republican…the President ALWAYS finds a way to keep the Congress DIVIDED. Why? It’s called divide and conquer. The President keeps them fighting each other, which diminishes their own power and maximizes his! The way it is suppose to work, it’s suppose to be the President’s power against the power of the Congress…1 vs 1. But in reality, the way it works, the President ALWAYS has his own power + atleast 0.5 the power of the Congress. So, it’s always the President’s Power at 1.5 vs the Congress Power 0.5. At any given time, the President’s Power is always stronger than the Congress’ Power. That’s not how it is suppose to be. But, in order for a President to MAXIMIZE his power as President, he always has to steal power from the Congress. He always has to add a portion of their power to his own! The Congress is ALWAYS at less STRENGTH than the Constitution requires them to be at!

  11. Booker is right, therefore he should drop out immediately.

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