Senator Tim Kaine on Ukraine Aid, NATO Expansion, Putin

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Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, Former-Democratic Nominee for Vice President and member of Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services committees, joined Joe Mathieu for an exclusive conversation on the latest critical Ukraine Aid package, the expansion of NATO, Vladimir Putin’s future and how all of this reflects back on America’s economy.

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