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Leaving office, Sen. McCaskill weighs in on Trump and 2020

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Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is leaving office after 12 years in Washington, and she joins Morning Joe to discuss Democratic enthusiasm in her state, the kind of candidate Dems need in 2020 and what some senators say about Trump behind his back.