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Dec. 23, 201422:43
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A right to protest?

22:43

A Morning Joe panel shares their reaction to Mayor de Blasio’s exchange with a reporter over the NYC protests. NYC Queens Borough President Melinda Katz joins and says “you can’t shut down protests” because an open discussion is needed. The panel talks about why the hateful rhetoric needs to end to bridge the gap between the communities, the government and the law enforcement.