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Impact of Reid’s ‘nuclear option’ in 2014

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wants an up-or-down vote on seven of President Obama's blocked nominees -- or else he will move forward with the so-called "nuclear option" and change the rules of the Senate permanently. MSNBC’s Karen Finney and The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein join The Last Word to discuss the ripple effect of a rules change, and what it could mean if Republicans win back the Senate in 2014.