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White House chief of staff on Biden's economic priorities

The U.S. labor market proved to be stronger than expected last month despite the omicron surge. Employers added 467,000 jobs as the economy picked up momentum, while the Labor Department said there were nearly 700,000 more jobs created in November and December than first reported. Ron Klain, President Biden's White House chief of staff, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the president's priorities.

Episode 35

10m 28s

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