MTP NOW Aug. 31 — DOJ’s Trump Filing; Mississippi Water Crisis; Rep. Ro Khanna

Mtp now aug. 31 —  doj’s trump filing; mississippi water crisis; rep. Ro khanna

NBC News published this video item, entitled “MTP NOW Aug. 31 — DOJ’s Trump Filing; Mississippi Water Crisis; Rep. Ro Khanna” – below is their description.

The Department of Justice says Trump may have hidden, moved classified documents. Stephanie Schriock, Doug Heye and Eugene Scott join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to talk about the political atmosphere for both parties almost two months from the midterms. Mississippi residents resort to spending hundreds on bottled water amid running water shortage. Rep. Ro Khanna says working class voters have lost hope with Democrats and the American Dream.

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