Lara Trump: Senate’s bill is so bad even Bernie Sanders slammed it

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‘The Big Sunday Show’ panelists weigh in on the impact the Senate’s Democrat-led spending bill will have on Americans, after narrowly passing by a tiebreaking vote cast by Vice President Harris.


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