What Sen. Orrin Hatch's Retirement Might Mean For The Senate, Trump And Utah | WVIA

What Sen. Orrin Hatch's Retirement Might Mean For The Senate, Trump And Utah

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Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch has announced he’ll retire at the end of the year.

Here & Now‘s Meghna Chakrabarti takes a look at the impact of Hatch’s departure, his support for President Trump and the likelihood that Mitt Romney will run to succeed him with Lisa Riley Roche of Deseret News.

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