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Koppel: Negative campaigning will only get worse

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"Rock Center" correspondent Ted Koppel joins Morning Joe to discuss the role of superPAC's in the current presidential campaign. By law, campaigns and superPAC's aren't allowed to communicate, but is there a blurring of the lines on this rule? The panel discusses.