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The Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe last July, Walter Palmer, granted only one interview to explain his side of the story. The AP reporter who spoke with him, Brian Bakst, joins Beth Fouhy and shares his experience on interviewing Palmer.