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Immigration: Romney speaks

Five days after President Obama announced changes to immigration policy, Mitt Romney finally answers the question of where he stands- in a very Romneyesque way. It highlights the difficulty Republicans have taking about this issue, which is key to Hispanic voters. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell discusses with New York Magazine's John Heilemann and Democratic strategist Krystal Ball.