Trump Staff Shuffle Could Improve Senate Odds

Trump Staff Shuffle Could Improve Senate OddsRachel Maddow shares a new report that Donald Trump is considering offering Senator Joe Manchin the job of Secretary of Energy, which would allow the newly re-Republican governor of West Virginia to appoint his replacement, presumably a Republican who …


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