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Following first report, where is Facebook in its growth curve?

CNBC's David Faber joins Morning Joe to discuss Facebook's first financial report as a public company. Facebook's stock lost 18 percent of its value this week. Faber also discusses president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, and his commitment to saving the euro.