MTP NOW Nov. 21 – Colorado Springs shooting latest; Rep.-elect Max Frost; Iran protests


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The suspect in Saturday night’s Colorado Springs shooting was charged by police with five counts of first degree murder and five counts of bias-motivated crime. Colorado District Attorney Michael Allen shares the latest from the ongoing investigation. State Representative Leslie Herod (D-Colo.), the first gay African American woman to be elected to Colorado’s state legislature, discusses the importance of the LGBTQ+ community in Colorado Springs. Congressman-elect Maxwell Frost (D-Fla.), the first Gen Z candidate to be elected to Congress, joins to discuss gun violence and what he has planned for his first term in office. Former President Trump hoped to clear the field by announcing a presidential run early, but it has not saved him from criticism from other GOP leaders. Eugene Scott, Stephanie Schriock and Danny Diaz join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Protests in Iran continue into their third month, as Iran’s men’s World Cup squad refuse to sing their national anthem on the global stage.

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