Long road ahead for resolution between press, DOJ

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Attorney General Eric Holder glances back at invited guests while leaving after speaking during the Office of Inspector Generals annual awards ceremony,...
Attorney General Eric Holder glances back at invited guests while leaving after speaking during the Office of Inspector Generals annual awards ceremony,...
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Journalists who attended a closed-door meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder over the Department of Justice’s probe into the phone records of Associated Press reporters are now dishing on what to expect from the investigation.

Staff reporter for Mother Jones Andy Kroll, and Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today Susan Page, join msnbc’s Alex Witt to discuss the week’s political headlines.

Page, who attended the DOJ’s meeting that was initially supposed to be off-the-record, says there will be a long road ahead to see if whether or not there would be a resolution between the press and government.

“It’s valuable to have conversations,” she said. “So it’s a first step.”

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Long road ahead for resolution between press, DOJ

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