GOP doctor set up vaccine clinic at Marjorie Taylor Greene rally

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Dr. John Cowan set up a mobile vaccine clinic outside of a Marjorie Taylor Greene rally to try and help his fellow Republicans. He joins CNN New Day to tell John Berman how it went.

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