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Bartender's tale adds new twist to Watergate scandal

PR pro Craig Shirley joins Morning Joe to discuss his new piece on Washingtonian Magazine about new details in the Watergate burglary. According to Shirley’s article -- which is based information from a D.C. bar owner -- the police officer who was supposed to respond was actually intoxicated.