California Democratic Congresswoman Barbara Lee joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss California surpassing the "grim milestone" of one million coronavirus cases, and speculation surrounding who will fill Kamala Harris' soon to be vacant Senate seat. Rep. Lee says that "it would be an honor to serve" when asked about her name being in the mix and notes that there would be a "void" in perspective without a Black woman in the Senate, though she defers to Governor's Newsom to make the "best decision." Aired on 11/13/2020.
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