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'Nasty politics' in local Kentucky race

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Msnbc reporter Irin Carmon uncovers the "nasty politics" of a State House race in Kentucky, where Democratic candidate Ashley Miller has been subject to a website that aimed to paint her as a "rap model" and dubbed her "Trashley Miller".