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Really, Chris Matthews?

Did MSNBC’s Chris Matthews really just say that the struggling Republicans needed to "outsource" their response to Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal? Seems like an unfortunate choice of words. Update: Mediabistro has the full quote and also video of (apparently) Matthews whispering "oh God" as Jindal walks out.

Did MSNBC’s Chris Matthews really just say that the struggling Republicans needed to "outsource" their response to Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal?

Seems like an unfortunate choice of words.

Update: Mediabistro has the full quote and also video of (apparently) Matthews whispering "oh God" as Jindal walks out.

Did MSNBC’s Chris Matthews really just say that the struggling Republicans needed to "outsource" their response to Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal?

Seems like an unfortunate choice of words.

Update: Mediabistro has the full quote and also video of (apparently) Matthews whispering "oh God" as Jindal walks out.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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