Corn on MSNBC: Romney Caught on Tape


David Corn joined Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball to discuss his major story revealing secret video of Mitt Romney telling a small group of wealthy donors what he really thinks of Obama donors. Joan Walsh and Andrea Mitchell also discuss the apparent disdain that Romney shows for half of America (technically, 47 percent) in the video.

Corn also appeared on The Rachel Maddow Show where he and Rachel break down the videos in detail and reveal the name of the sex party-loving hedge fund manager who hosted the Boca Raton fundraiser where the video was recorded.

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