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    09:45
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    09:14
  • Petraeus: Ukraine has won by keeping Russia from achieving its main objective

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    10:46
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    09:30
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Anne Marie Morris, Romney, Bain and 1999 vs. 2002

British Parliament member Anne Marie Morris has become something of a political celeb this week after the world saw her tackle education reform during Prime Minister David Cameron's questions. The Morning Joe panel discusses this in relation to how Congress conducts itself, and the panel also discusses when exactly Romney left Bain Capital. Bloomberg Businessweek's Josh Green and MSNBC's Richard Wolffe join the discussion.