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Robinson on the moral of the Weiner story

The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson says in a new column that Rep. Anthony Weiner "assured his own demise years ago" when he began sending racy texts. Robinson joins Morning Joe to discuss the issue as well as fighting in Libya.