Day 6 | Nov 22, 2013 | 9:33

Double Down: Romney, Obama and the 2012 election

John Heilemann joins Day 6 to talk about his new book Double Down, which he wrote with Mark Halperin. It's a behind the scenes look at the 2012 presidential race, based on 500 interviews with Washington insiders, and is filled with scandalous scoops.

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