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Face the Nation on the Radio 9/5

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On this week's "Face the Nation," guest moderated by Weijia Jiang, What should parents know about the Delta variant as children start school? We're joined by White House Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci. With the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan now complete, former Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon discusses America's security strategy moving forward. We'll hear from Louisiana's Jefferson Parish President Cynthia Sheng, and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy about the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Plus, Texas Democratic Representative Veronica Escobar on strict new abortion regulations in her state and the latest on school reopenings in El Paso.

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