‘Politics are why things aren’t getting done’: Andrew Yang on Covid-19 relief

CNN’s Natasha Chen reports on struggling small businesses in Georgia and CNN political commentator Andrew Yang responds saying the holdup on Covid-19 relief is due to lack of leadership in Congress. #CNN #News

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