[MSNBC] Ali Velshi: ‘The United States Is The Richest Country In The World, Yet Millions Are Food Insecure’ | NEWS – USA Again

[MSNBC] Ali Velshi: ‘The United States Is The Richest Country In The World, Yet Millions Are Food Insecure’ | NEWS – USA Again

As the holidays approach, millions of Americans are classified as “food insecure” because they can’t afford to feed themselves and their families. “We have seen the best of America during these dark days but rarely has it come from the nation’s capital,” Ali Velshi says. “It’s time for Congress to pass a second round of relief for those most in need.”» Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc

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Ali Velshi: ‘The United States Is The Richest Country In The World, Yet Millions Are Food Insecure’

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