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updated 11/26/2012 7:49:58 PM ET 2012-11-27T00:49:58

Democrats hold all the cards in the “fiscal cliff” negotiations, but remarks by Senior White House advisor David Plouffe have progressives “deeply concerned.” Ed is back tonight at 8pET and welcomes Rep. Peter Defazio (D-OR) to respond.

Democrats hold all the cards in the “fiscal cliff” negotiations, but remarks by Senior White House advisor David Plouffe have progressives “deeply concerned.” 

Ed is back tonight and welcomes Rep. Peter Defazio (D-OR) to respond.

Then, corporate CEOs want the middle class to bear the burden when it comes to deficit reduction. Ed will examine their effort to roll back the social safety net with E.J. Dionne, Op-Ed contributor, The Washington Post; author, “Our Divided Political Heart: The Battle for the American Idea in an Age of Discontent.”

Sen. John McCain abruptly changes his tune on U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice. Does the GOP’s 2008 presidential nominee have any credibility left? Ed will ask Michael Tomasky, columnist, The Daily Beast.

Florida Republicans come clean on minority voter suppression. State Sen. Nina Turner (D-OH) responds to a new bombshell report.

One of the New York Jets biggest supporters is calling it quits, but it’s not because of the team’s losing record. We’ll have the details.

And in the Big Finish, Democrats are beating Republicans at their own game when it comes to super PACs. We’ll look at how they’re already gearing up for 2014 with Richard Wolffe, Executive Editor, msnbc.com.

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