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The Republicans’ latest lady problem may surprise you

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Jeske Eiklenborg says she was fired for taking one sick day. msnbc’s Krystal Ball talks to Democratic Pollster Celinda Lake and The Cycle’s Abby Huntsman about how Republicans will campaign on issues like paid sick days that are important to working families, and how women will respond to Mike Huckabee’s assertion that women who curse in the office are “trashy.”