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MSNBC anchor Alex Witt visited The National Memo‘s new offices in Manhattan for a three-part interview with Editor-in-Chief Joe Conason, who shared his views about a number of topics including the situation in Syria and his assessment of President Obama’s performance in office so far — and last week’s address to the nation.

He also discussed his recent trip to Africa with President Bill Clinton (who is the subject of his upcoming book), his previous bestseller Big Lies, birtherism, Obamacare, and even the tennis preferences of his little ones.

Bonus: a tour of our new digs!

Video is below, courtesy of MSNBC.

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