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Is the Romney campaign too immature?

Must Read: Republican strategist Steve Schmidt joins Morning Joe to talk about Joe Scarborough’s Politico column, “The Problem with Mitt.” Schmidt says the country is entering the phase of the campaign where “impressions matter” and Mitt Romney made a misstep with his comments on President Barack Obama and Libya.