‘Not good enough, chilling’: Fmr. Obama Cabinet secretary says President Biden is in denial 

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July 6, 202409:30

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Julian Castro, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary in the Obama Administration and Basil Smikle, Columbia University Professor join Ali Velshi on MSNBC with reaction to President Biden’s first interview since his debate performance, and with what comes next for the Biden campaign and if the President did enough tonight to reassure voters he is up to the job.  

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