Jose Andrés, founder of World Central Kitchen, joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss solutions to combat food insecurity. The hunger crisis is exacerbated by the pandemic, as 40% of those using food banks this year have never used them before. Andrés says "A plate of food gives dignity to Americans falling behind. For some reason, the White House and in this case the Senate are not putting all the resources of the federal government to make sure that every American, Republicans and Democrats that are suffering right now, will be fed, especially going through this holiday season and beyond." Aired on 12/15/2020.
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