CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Democrats positioned themselves to take back the Senate with wins in Georiga and what it means for Republicans moving forward.
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Published: 2021-01-06 09:24 am
Breaking down ramifications of Georgia runoff elections, presidential election certification
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