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VIDEO: Emily Miller on CNN about the government shutdown over Obamacare

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CNN's Brooke Baldwin interviewed Emily Miller about the government shutdown and Obamacare. Ms. Miller debated Ben Stein over whether Republicans were smart to demand changes to the health care law in exchange for fully funding the government. The video of the October 1 interview on "CNN Newsroom" is below.

Emily Miller is senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times and author of the book "Emily Gets Her Gun ... But Obama Wants to Take Yours" (Regnery 2013)

 

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