Dominique Dawes: ‘Very Toxic Culture’ May Have Contributed To Larry Nassar’s Long Term Abuse

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Four-time Olympic medalist and member of the International and U.S. Gymnastics Hall of Fame, Dominique Dawes, joins News NOW to discuss how the culture of gymnastics may have contributed to the 18 years of abuse by the long-time Team U.S.A. doctor, Larry Nassar.  

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