Scarborough: Sandy relief a 'strange place' for Congress to draw line in sand
Relief aid for Hurricane Sandy was placed on the backburner during the last-minute New Year's Day fiscal cliff negotiations, much to the dismay of several GOP lawmakers. Everyone from N.J. Gov. Chris Christie to Rep. Pete King of New York has been critical of the move. The Morning Joe panel -- Fortune Magazine's Andy Serwer -- discusses.
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