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Two weeks out from the Nov. 8 midterms, President Joe Biden sat for an interview — not with a broadcast news anchor or major newspaper, but a panel of six young activists organized by NowThis News. 
As the conversation aired on the network’s YouTube channel that night, the count of live viewers hovered at about 6,000.


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