‘So much worse than we thought’: GOP pollster on potential political violence in America

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Republican pollster Neil Newhouse and former Obama pollster Joel Benenson speak with CNN’s John King about a poll they conducted that showed more than a quarter of Americans think it may be necessary to take up arms against the government and that most Americans think their government is corrupt and rigged against them. #CNN #News

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