Yasmin Vossoughian Reflects On 2020: ‘Life Will Go On, It’s Going To Be Okay’ | MSNBC

Yasmin Vossoughian Reflects On 2020: 'Life Will Go On, It’s Going To Be Okay' | MSNBC 1


In her weekly segment, #therun, MSNBC’s Yasmin Vossoughian talks about the hardships of the past year, and how her family has navigated 2020. She also reflects on a scary experience on Christmas Eve, and how she’s hopeful for a better 2021. Aired on 12/28/2020.
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Yasmin Vossoughian Reflects On 2020: 'Life Will Go On, It’s Going To Be Okay' | MSNBC

28 Comments on "Yasmin Vossoughian Reflects On 2020: ‘Life Will Go On, It’s Going To Be Okay’ | MSNBC"

  1. Thank you. Yasmin. Thoughtfulness with lightness. Well-spoken and written. Great ending. Bravo!

  2. Oh yeah,?try telling that to the families who are about to be evicted from their homes, I think they will have something different to say.

  3. I know the feeling my five day old nephew passed away

  4. Awesome 😍💋 💝💖♥️❤️

  5. Thnks yasmin.well spoken.I wish you+ yours well.Every body happy new year in advance from sweden.

  6. Tessmage Tessera | December 28, 2020 at 10:18 AM | Reply

    *Nothing will be okay until Trump is in PRISON.*

  7. Great message. God bless you and your family

  8. Not for some people

  9. My niece thinks Joe Biden will let her go to school, she’s in prekindergarten and this is her first year in school..

  10. Andrew woodworth | December 28, 2020 at 10:47 AM | Reply


  11. Kimberly Van Duijkeren | December 28, 2020 at 10:59 AM | Reply

    fact! .. the wonder of children.. thru their eyes just see humanity.. until we teach them to hate…. well said.. good points happy new years!!!!

  12. Vienna Gatewood | December 28, 2020 at 11:09 AM | Reply

    I always appreciated your reporting style and now the precious personnel details that you shared “God bless us everyone!”

  13. Not if the Koch Brothers have anything to say about it.

  14. This is not the message we hear from Joe Biden. He keeps saying the times are going to be tough, that things are going to get worse and that America is facing dark times. That’s the message she sending and it certainly is an upbeat.
    We must hold Joe to his campaign promises to lead us out of the COVID-19 nightmare and to return our economy to the super charged status that it was before COVID-19 struck the world. We must hold Joe to his promises and make sure he keeps his promises.

  15. Johnny Peacenic | December 28, 2020 at 11:55 AM | Reply

    don’t be fooled. anything that happens to kids comes out in there behavior for the good or the bad sooner or later. sometimes not until they are old.

  16. Yasmin you can bet your go-go boots on that! If the clouds and not out the sun will shine, water will continue to cascade down hill. the Unicorn herds will return to the North West and everyday will start with a rainbow. Let us all sing Kumbaya.

  17. The promise to make America great again started with America ending t’rump’s presidency. 😉

  18. Sorry, IMO “Life will go on” is the disaster catch-all version of “Have a nice day”…
    Over used.

  19. abdenbi CHIKOUN | December 28, 2020 at 2:45 PM | Reply

    French proverb
    « Spending a lot and earning little often makes a man beg or go to jail. »

  20. Franklin James | December 28, 2020 at 9:10 PM | Reply

    Thanks 👍 cinnamon girl. I needed hope…

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