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Correcting the record on IRS coverage


Now that the IRS non-scandal has lost all its steam, plenty in the media are trying to say that they knew all along there was no scandal at all. But from his first words on the matter, MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell had the IRS story figured out. He has more in his latest rewrite segment.