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On Monday’s edition of “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), a member of the Committee on the Budget and the House Freedom Caucus, joins Tony to give us a look at Republicans next move to repeal and replace Obamacare in light of the recent withdrawal of the American Health Care Act. Senior fellow at the National Review Institute, writer at the National Review, lawyer, bestselling author, and veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, David French, joins Tony with his thoughts on recent studies showing that millennial men are physically weaker than the generations of men before them. Also, Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty's Ron Crews joins Tony to share with us a letter he and other chaplains sent to the acting Secretary of the Army in response to the outgoing Secretary's decision to sign a directive implementing "training on implicit or unconscious bias."

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