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Chris Matthews: New polling is a problem for Biden, and he'll have to overcome them

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Chris Matthews joins Morning Joe to discuss new NBC News polling that finds President Biden behind former President Trump in a 2024 matchup, and how the Biden campaign can overcome those numbers. Matthews also discusses the death of Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.