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Axelrod: ‘We didn’t authorize the [Priorities USA] ad’

Obama senior campaign advisor David Axelrod responds to the criticism surrounding the Priorities USA attack ad ran by the president’s campaign about Mitt Romney. Axelrod also says that while the ad ran in Cincinnati as a “mistake,” the Romney campaign should not have aired the Obama welfare ad either. The Morning Joe panel then extends the discussion to the Paul Ryan vice presidential pick.