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Dems eye lessons from when McCain crushed Trump's attempt at Obama revenge


Recent history shows a President's second 100 days in office can be more pivotal than the first - defining their domestic agenda and often shaping whether the opposition finds a way to thwart a new President. Democratic strategist Chai Komanduri joins MSNBC's Ari Melber with specific evidence of how several first terms turned on events in the second 100 days, from Clinton to Trump, with some impromptu movie analogies for good measure.