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Very Last Word weekly round-up

Below are the links to all of the "Very Last Word" videos from this week.

Below are the links to all of the "Very Last Word" videos from this week. Enjoy exclusive web interviews from all of our New York guests and of course our host, Lawrence O'Donnell. Above is my favorite video from the week — former McCain campaign staffer Nicolle Wallace talking about the film"Game Change," which debuts this Saturday on HBO.

  • California Attorney General Kamala Harris and the New Yorker's Ryan Lizza preview the upcoming general election between President Obama and, as of now, an unknown Republican candidate.  
  • msnbc political analyst Karen Finney wonders why people are still listening to Rush Limbaugh after his offensive remarks about law student Sandra Fluke.
  • Washington columnist EJ Dionne says what Limbaugh said about Fluke was "truly scandalous."
  • George Washington University student Will Healy talks about the big issues on his college campus.
  • Lawrence recaps his trip to Washington and the "great debate" between him and Ann Coulter.
  •'s Steve Kornacki breaks down the Super Tuesday exit polls out of Ohio.
  • Santorum supporter and author, Eric Metaxas, says Senator Santorum is "the most genuine and most humble politician he's met in his life."
  • The Daily Voice editor, Keith Boykin, reminisces about his former Harvard Law colleague Barack Obama and his uncanny ability to unify people.
  • Our Thursday dream team of Alex Wagner and Chris Hayes talk about the upcoming Obama documentary.
  • Lawrence talks about the momentum HBO's "Game Change" that absolutely blew him away.