Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren joined the nearly 50,000 striking General Motors in Detroit on Sunday, calling for GM to be held “accountable.” For the last seven days, members of the United Automobile Workers Union have gathered at picket lines across the country, in the largest strike in the U.S. in over a decade. Phoebe Wall Howard of the Detroit Free Press joins Megan Thompson for more.
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