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Maya Angelou: Why Hillary Is 'My Girl'

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Maya Angelou: Why Hillary Is 'My Girl'

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Maya Angelou: Why Hillary Is 'My Girl'

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Dr. Maya Angelou speaks at The Women In Film and Hallmark Channel Reception in November 2005. Katy Winn/Getty Images hide caption

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With the Iowa caucuses less than two weeks away, major endorsements are pouring in for White House hopefuls.

Farai Chideya speaks with acclaimed author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou about her support for Democrat Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Angelou lends her voice to a radio ad, in which she says, "I am inspired by Hillary Clinton: A daughter, a wife, a mother, my girl."

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