Avoiding political drama at the Thanksgiving dinner table

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Avoiding political drama at the Thanksgiving dinner table

Producer Shannon Rae Green spoke with USA Today national political correspondent Phillip M. Bailey about how families can avoid getting into heated political arguments at the Thanksgiving dinner table.

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