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We're going to turn now to one of the members of Congress who questioned Secretary Blinken. Joining us now is Ohio Republican Steve Chabot. He sits on the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Good morning, Congressman.

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Good morning. I'm A Martinez. A cricket match in Ireland was underway when...

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UNIDENTIFIED SPORTS ANNOUNCER: Oh. Oh - oh, the dog has the ball.

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