Mark Shriver and Sister Simone Campbell join Andrea Mitchell to discuss the role empathy plays in the Catholic vote. Shriver says that Catholic voters are looking at Biden and asking, "'How do we get this country back on its feet economically, led by a guy who has humility and decency? I think that will resonate with Catholic voters." Sister Campbell discusses Pope Francis declining to see Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Aired on 10/01/2020.
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Trump, Biden Court Catholic Voters As Empathy Becomes A Point Of Contrast | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC