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Administration officials reportedly watered down Kamala Harris' Gaza speech

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A former U.S. official told NBC News that the National Security Council toned down parts of Vice President Kamala Harris’ speech calling for an immediate six-week cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. NBC News’ Matt Bradley reports that the revisions were focused on tone as U.S. relations with Israel remain shaky,