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In order for Democrats to take the U.S. Senate in November, they will have to win Republican-held seats and defend Democratic-held seats in states President Trump won in 2016. Dan Balz, chief correspondent covering politics for the Washington Post, speaks to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about what Democrats will have to do to pull off the victory.

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