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    07:29
  • 'White supremacy is a global terror threat': Head of ADL calls on Biden for anti-hate strategy

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    08:25
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    03:02
  • Buffalo victim advocated for stricter gun laws

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  • Sen. Murphy: Common sense gun reform on a national level is necessary

    09:24
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Fmr. Bain partner: ‘Legally’ Romney was CEO of Bain until 2002

08:27

Ed Conard, former Bain Capital Partner, explains the discrepancy in SEC filings that show Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain up until 2002, contrary to Romney’s reports that he left the company in 1999. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto of Latino Decisions and television host Alyona Minkovski rejoin the Up w/ Chris Hayes conversation to discuss.