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A tale of two anniversaries

Nine years ago today, former President Bush stood on an aircraft carrier and announced the end of major combat operations in Iraq under a banner that read "Mission Accomplished." Meanwhile, President Obama actually accomplished the mission in December 2011. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell talks with former DNC communications director Karen Finney and the Daily Beast's David Frum.