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Romney's 'pander and pivot' toward black voters

Mitt Romney’s delegate count is just shy of the 1,144 needed to secure the Republican Party’s presidential nomination, but with Texas’ primary election on Tuesday, he is expected to finally surpass that threshold. And with the general election in sight, Romney must appeal toward the center of the electorate - but can he woo black voters? University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, University of Southern California professor Jane Junn, political analyst Bill Schneider, and actress Margaret Cho join Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss.