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Conservatives brands Hagel as anti-Semitic

  Glenn Greenwald, columnist at The Guardian; Hina Samsi, director of the ACLU’s national security project; Spencer Ackerman, senior reporter for Wired; and Elise Jordan, former speechwriter to Condoleezza Rice; join Up host Chris Hayes to talk about the conservative attacks and vet of Chuck Hagel for

Where is the diversity?

  Chris Matthews talks to former Republican congressman Tom Davis and Salon’s Joan Walsh about the GOP’s continuing diversity problem and whether or not the Republican Party can heal.

Conflicting accounts of Benghazi attacks

  Ali Gharib, editor at The Daily Beast; Princeton professor Anne-Marie Slaughter; Joe Sestak, former director of defense policy under President Clinton, and Elise Jordan, former speechwriter to Condoleezza Rice join the Up w/ Chris Hayes conversation on the recent developments on the consulate attack

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  Matthews on Ryan speech: it was a ‘constrictive, negative, nasty speech’

The Hardball host calls Condoleezza Rice’s speech “presidential” and says Paul Ryan’s was just another political attack ad . Republican strategist Steve Schmidt joins the conversation to say Ryan has shown he’s become “the head of the conservative movement” with his speech and that Rice may have res

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