Monday, February 11th, 2019
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Under fire for different controversies, both Virginia's governor and lieutenant governor say they will not step down. And we check in on talks on a border security deal as President Trump heads to El Paso, Texas. Also, the latest from Venezuela's ongoing political crisis.
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