The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Let's Do Anything: The Congressional Game of Blocking Gun Control
Season 21 • 06/21/2016
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. demonstrate why Congress has a hard time passing gun legislation.
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