MTP NOW Aug. 8 — Democrats’ Historic Win, Midterm Prospects; Biden’s Kentucky Visit

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Democrats continue midterm election push after Senate passes Inflation Reduction Bill. President Joe Biden visits Kentucky as the region recovers from historic flooding. Schools prepare for students’ return as the nation faces a shortage of teachers. Leigh Ann Caldwell, Noah Rothman and Symone Sanders join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Vermont Lieutenant Governor Molly Gray talks the future of progressives and moderates in the Democratic Party and the state potentially electing its first woman to Congress.

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