Washington Week full episode, April 8, 2022
04/08/2022 | 26m 45s
Russian atrocities against civilians are drawing global outrage as Russia shifts its battle lines to eastern Ukraine and President Biden doubles down on his condemnation of President Putin. Then, Ketanji Brown Jackson makes history, becoming the first Black woman confirmed to the Supreme Court.
Aired: 04/08/22 |
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