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Full Panel: Center-right of Republican party in ‘civil war’ over Trump 2024 run

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Faiz Shakir, Stephen Hayes and Tia Mitchell join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss former President Donald Trump’s likely 2024 presidential campaign announcement and why some Republicans want him to hold off until after the Georgia Senate runoff in December.