What to watch for in the Georgia and Texas primaries

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CNN political director David Chalian joins Alisyn Camerota to discuss Tuesday’s primary elections in Georgia and Texas. Then, CNN political commentator Scott Jennings looks at the power of former President Donald Trump’s kingmaker status in Republican primaries. #CNN #News

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