September 29th, 2013
12:27 PM ET

Media's obesession with Obamacare, shutdown

Ana Marie Cox, Manu Raju and Ryan Lizza join guest host Brian Stelter to discuss the media's coverage of the potential government shutdown and the controversy over defunding Obamacare.

Filed under: Barack Obama • Blog • Government shutdown • Politics • Reliable Sources
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