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Bachmann wants apology from NBC after 'Late Night' song: 'This is an outrage'

Michele Bachmann says an apology from Jimmy Fallon is nice but not enough after his house band played a rather snarky song when she walked on to the set. She says the network should fire or suspend the musician responsible.
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Michele Bachmann says an apology from Jimmy Fallon is nice but not enough after his house band played a rather snarky song when she walked on to the set. She says the network should fire or suspend the musician responsible.

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