Meet The Press Broadcast (Full) August 7 – Rep. Nancy Mace, Stacey Abrams, Sen. Chris Van Hollen

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Meet The Press Broadcast (Full) August 7 – Rep. Nancy Mace, Stacey Abrams, Sen. Chris Van Hollen” – below is their description.

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) joins Meet the Press to discuss the historic vote in Kansas this week to uphold abortion rights. Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia, discusses the abortion vote and her rematch against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. In an exclusive interview, Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) talks about Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan and the climate, health and tax bill in the Senate. Cornell Belcher, fmr. Gov. Pat McCrory (R-N.C.), Susan Page and Anna Palmer join the Meet the Press roundtable.

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