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Why did Romney lose?

Top talker: Former Romney campaign advisor Dan Senor explains what went wrong with 2012 election for the Republican Party. Senor said some polling was erroneous because “assumptions made about what the electorate looked like was way off” and that “the Republican establishment needs to do an audit.” MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe also joins the panel to discuss demographics and issues the which derailed a GOP win.