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Betsy DeVos nomination has ‘no margin of error,’ analyst says

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Political analyst Mark Halperin talks to TODAY about the imperiled nomination of Betsy DeVos to the Department of Education, which he says has “no margin of error.” He thinks President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is “on the razor edge as well,” saying “right now I don’t think he’ll get the 60” votes necessary to confirm his nomination without Republicans resorting to the so-called “nuclear option.”