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DNC chair shakes up staff, Ivanka Trump's new job

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Staff at the Democratic National Committee were asked to resign this month as the new Chair Tom Perez tries to regroup after the 2016 election. The Senate will vote next week on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Even with two Democratic votes, he still faces a filibuster. President Trump’s Daughter Ivanka is taking an official, unpaid job in the West Wing.

Aired: 03/31/17 | Rating: NR

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