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Late Night with Seth Meyers published this video item, entitled “All U.S. Adults Now Eligible for Vaccine; GOP Struggles to Attack Biden: A Closer Look” – below is their description.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans admitting they’re having a tough time criticizing President Biden after the country’s successful COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
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