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Senator Harry Reid
Senator Harry Reid

AIR DATE: May 2, 2011

Sen. Harry Reid is back from a trip to China and says the experience was an unmistakable reminder of just how hard our country has to work to make America more competitive with the rest of the world. Sen. Reid traveled to China with a bipartisan delegation and discussed various issues including clean energy, human rights and jobs.
Harry Reid joins us to talk about his recent trip to China and how the continuing budget battle and partisan divide in Washington impacts how he will approach issues like clean energy and global competitiveness.
Senator Harry Reid
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