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Toomey: 'Zero chance' of a default on debt

08:25

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., joins Morning Joe to discuss the ninth day of the government shutdown, why he says the country will not default on its debt and what he thinks about some GOP members suggesting a U.S. default wouldn't be all that bad for the country.