DemDaily: Dancing in the Streets

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January 24, 2021

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Jimmy Kimmel's "Hey, Hey, Hey Goodbye" to Trump (Click/Worth Watching)

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Inauguration's "Dancing in the Streets"(Click/Watch/Fun)

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