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Groundhog Day: Will Romney's 'poor' wording haunt him?

Top Talkers: During an interview, 2012 candidate Mitt Romney made a comment about the country's "very poor" that has conservatives worried over what Romney will say next. Romney's had a string of gaffes since hitting the campaign trail, and the Morning Joe panel – including New York Magazine's John Heilemann and the Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haass – discusses.