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Matthews says: "Oh my God" Jindal a speech before

Chris Matthews of MSNBC very calmly, "Oh my God," as the governor of Louisiana Bobby Jindal prepared in response to the Republican President Barack Obama speech to the congress.

NBC executive who required anonymity because the network is still the question, known as the Matthews living micro-slip - is so quiet that the majority of the audience unable to make the loudspeaker.

The Huffington Post has a link with the comment, and invited the audience to appreciate, which on Wednesday: 32 percent had guessed Matthews, 35 percent said that he was co-anchor Keith Olbermann, 15 percent said it was a camera operator MSNBC and 18 percent believe it is a producer.


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