Jill Stein on US Green party ambitions and challenges

Al Jazeera spoke to the leader of the Green party about their plans to capitalise on US voters' frustration with politics as usual in Washington.

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    The Green Party in the United States is hoping to capitalise on voter frustration with Donald Trump and other politicians in Washington.

    Candidates for the midterm elections in November are meeting at the party's annual conference in Salt Lake City.

     

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey spoke with party leader Jill Stein about her party's aspirations and the challenges they face.


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