Tim Kaine: Biden Making A ‘Mistake’ Meeting With MBS in Saudi Arabia

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Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss President Biden’s upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia. Kaine says the president is making “a mistake” in planning to meet with the Saudi Crown Prince. 

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