Climate priorities of 2021
Yesterday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced 2020 was the second-hottest year on the planet. Though it hasn't reached the record-breaking temperatures of 2016, it likely was very close.
Plus, just how many voters continue to back President Trump.
And, a therapist helps us process our collective grief.
Guests: Axios' Amy Harder, Frank Luntz, a pollster and communication advisor and Dr. Edward Honnold, clinical social worker and psychotherapist in Washington, D.C.
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