Saturday, 2nd Hour (Jan. 7)

Updated
By Brett Brownell

Mitt Romney has been touting himself as a job creator and private sector businessman. But did he and his company Bain Capital really create jobs? Plus, the right-wing movement demanding more freedom for Wall Street banks; and Now We Know, where Chris and his guests tell us what they know now that they didn’t know when the week began.

Joining Chris on the panel are executive director of the Campaign for Community Change Deepak Bhargava, editor of Thompson Reuters digital Chrystia Freeland, author of Pity the Billionaire Thomas Frank, author of The Buyout of America Josh Kosmon, and columnist for The Daily Reihan Salam, and guest Randy Johnson who was laid off by Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital in 1995 after Bain closed the Indiana-based factory where he worked.

-Brett Brownell (@brettbrownell) is video and web producer for Up with Chris Hayes which airs on msnbc Saturday and Sunday morning.


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Saturday, 2nd Hour (Jan. 7)

Updated