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Lawrence O’Donnell calls out Mitt Romney’s twisty 47% denial

In an interview published in The Washington Post, the Republican candidate insisted his "47 %" remarks were taken out of context. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has more in his Rewrite.Full story

Mitt Romney tries to rewrite 47% remark

  In an interview published in The Washington Post, Mitt Romney looks back at the 2012 campaign and his remark about the '47 percent.' He insists that his words were taken out of context. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has more in his rewrite.

The most important number in the battle for Senate control

  Steve Kornacki outlines the ripest state targets for Republicans as they aim to take control of the Senate, and previews what the Democrats must do for 2014.

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