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April 19

Victoria Marshall, Chris Mitchell, Eric Burlison, Meg Kilgannon, David Closson

Victoria Marshall, Washington Watch News Reporter, provides an update from Capitol Hill, as the House of Representatives advances foreign aid legislation. Chris Mitchell, Middle East Bureau Chief for CBN News, reports from Jerusalem following

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Washington Watch is live on weekdays with Tony Perkins. Tony Perkins is the President of the Family Research Council and a former state legislator. Washington Watch covers Washington news from a conservative Christian's perspective. Every weekday, Tony discusses current event issues as well as interviews members of Congress and prominent pro-family leaders from across the nation.

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