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WH aide defends Trump call to replace Ginsburg

CNN's Jake Tapper speaks to Vice President Pence's Chief of Staff Marc Short about President Trump's decision to ignore Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg's dying wish to be replaced after the election.

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