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VIDEO: Emily Miller on MSNBC ‘Morning Joe’ and her book ‘Emily Gets Her Gun’

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski interviewed Emily Miller about her new book "Emily Gets Her Gun." The debate topics included misleading terms for firearms, expanding background checks and the "assault weapons" ban. The video, courtesy of Right Sightings, of the October 10 "Morning Joe" show is below. 

Emily Miller is senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times and author of the book "Emily Gets Her Gun ... But Obama Wants to Take Yours" (Regnery 2013)

 

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