Military leadership positions unfilled as GOP senator blocks nominees over abortion policy

For the first time in over a century, the U.S. Marine Corps will not have a permanent leader. Current Marine Corps Commandant David Berger is required to retire on Monday, but due to a hold on hundreds of military promotions by Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville, there is no confirmed replacement. If this continues, other branches will face the same problem soon. Lisa Desjardins reports.

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