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Brazile Offers Insight on DNC Delegate Decision

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Just when you thought it was over, the Democratic circus continues.

The Democratic National Committee ruled over the weekend that the contested delegates of Michigan and Florida would be split between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

Plus, Hillary Clinton won the Puerto Rico primary, getting twice as many votes as Barack Obama.

To make sense of this weekend's political events, Farai Chideya speaks with Democratic strategist Donna Brazile.

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