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An undercover video catches a NPR fundraiser disparaging Republicans and the Tea Party causing the resignation of NPR's CEO. Will this have an effect on government funding for public broadcasting as it is debated in Congress? NBC chief investigative correspondent Lisa Myers reports.
The Morning Joe panel discusses the release of a hidden camera video where Ron Schiller, former NPR senior vice president for fundraising, calls members of the Tea Party both racist and xenophobic and suggests that NPR would be better off without government funding.
** FILE ** This 2008 file photo provided by National Public Radio shows Vivian Schiller. NPR says CEO Vivian Schiller resigns in aftermath of fundraiser's remarks on hidden video. (AP Photo/NPR, Michael Benabib) ** NO SALES **