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WWII vets rise above shutdown politics

 

During a pilgrimage to the World War II memorial, men in their 80s and 90s arrived on the National Mall to discover they were locked out, due to the government shutdown. But, in a rare bipartisan agreement among the elected officials present, the gates to the memorial were opened and the men stepped inside. NBC’s Harry Smith reports.

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