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Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week and, along with a rotating panel of journalists, will explore how these issues shape the country.

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Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week and, along with a rotating panel of journalists, will explore how these issues shape the country.

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Each weekend morning, journalist and author Joy Reid passionately tackles the important news and political topics of the week and explores how policy decisions shape the country. Reid brings viewers extensive interviews with leading newsmakers, compelling discussions with the nation's preeminent political minds, and analysis of the stories that led the week prior and will matter in the week ahead. In her segment "Who Won the Week?" she asks her panel of guests to identify the person who made an impact the week prior which will continue to reverberate in the coming days.
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