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Everyone is prone to make gaffes on Twitter, including angry statements made in the "tweet" of the moment. But a new project aims to keep an eye on politicians who try to delete those gaffes. The Sunlight Foundation is following and archiving the tweets of hundreds of politicians. Host Michel Martin speaks with the Sunlight Foundation's Tom Lee.
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